Landlord Pays Tenant’s Moving and Storage Costs

On April 30, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by Robbie L. Vaughn, Esq.

You, as the landlord, might have to pay to move and store your evicted tenant’s belongings. This can be extremely expensive (we are talking about thousands of dollars here).

The good news:

  • Not all NY counties require the landlord to pay for the moving and storage of an evicted tenant’s belongings.

The bad news:

If your county requires the landlord to move and store an evicted tenant’s belongings:

  • You will likely have to hire a licensed and insured moving company.
  • You will likely have to pay for storage at a commercial facility.

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