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Some of the basic laws that regulate the relationship between landlords and tenants in New York involve the habitability of the space, the amount of rent landlords can charge, and the tenant's rights to sue or withhold r... More »

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Some basic laws in the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act are that the landlord is not able to take away personal items of the tenant to take care of rent costs, that the landlord can't retaliate against tenants... More »

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Landlord-tenant law governs the rights and responsibilities of both owners and tenants in the rental of commercial and residential property. A number of states base their statutory law on either the Uniform Residential L... More »

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A month-to-month lease in New York is governed by sections of New York Real Property Law Statute 232 that outlines the rights and obligations of renters and landlords, states RentLaw.com. Except in areas with some form o... More »

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