Rent Stabilized renewal lease period

On February 29, 2012, in Landlord-Tenant, by Robbie L. Vaughn, Esq.

Renewal Lease

Section 2523.5(a) of the NY Rent Stabilization code provides the following in pertinent part:

On a form prescribed or a facsimile of such form approved by the DHCR, dated by the owner, every owner, other than an owner of hotel accommodations, shall notify the tenant named in the expiring lease not more than 150 days and not less than 90 days prior to the end of the tenant’s lease term, by mail or personal delivery, of the expiration of the lease term, and offer to renew the lease or rental agreement at the legal regulated rent permitted for such renewal lease and otherwise on the same terms and conditions as the expiring lease. The owner shall give such tenant a period of 60 days from the date of service of such notice to accept the offer and renew such lease….

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Rent Stabilized Evictions

On December 5, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by John A. Weber IV, ESQ.

Rent Stabilized Evictions

Recently there have been many questions regarding rent stabilized evictions.  There are special procedures that need to be followed in rent stabilized evictions.   The lease and notice requirements are just a few of the issues that differ with these special types of evictions.   Courts are definitely strict about protecting the rights of these types of tenants as well.  So it is extra important to dot all of your “i’s” and cross all of your “t’s.”  There also seems to be a lack of clarity on how to destabilize a unit, or when a unit becomes destabilized.

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