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Landlords Need to Give Notice Before Giving the Boot

A new law in New York State has changed the rules for landlords, preventing them from simply kicking tenants out of their apartments. Instead, landlords of unregulated apartments must now give thirty days’ notice if they intend to not renew a lease agreement, thus allowing tenants the opportunity to find new lodgings. It also forces them to give thirty days’ notice if they intend to increase the rent by five percent or more. Continue reading “Landlords Need to Give Notice Before Giving the Boot”

Navigating the Termination of Lease and Eviction Process

Eviction Isn’t Easy:
Navigating the Termination of Lease and Eviction Process

 

Evicting a tenant usually isn’t on your everyday “to-do” list. Unfortunately, while renting out space to another individual, conflicts may arise. According to landlordology.com, the top five common reasons for eviction are:

  • Nonpayment of rent;
  • Lease violation(s);
  • Property damage;
  • Illegal or drug-related activity; and
  • Expiration of a lease.

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