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  • Will eviction be stopped due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)?
    Will eviction be stopped due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)?

    Our Eviction is Scheduled for April 1, 2020. Will eviction be stopped due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)? As of March 27, 2020, all evictions are suspended through June 20, 2020. A tenant may consider ...

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  • Updated Broken Promises
    Updated Broken Promises

    “Forget about it”—The Landlord told me not to worry about the money for the rest of the lease Maggie has three months remaining on her lease. Maggie informs Tony, her landlord that her company is ...

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  • Marshal Eviction Notice and Emergency Order to Show Cause
    Marshal Eviction Notice and Emergency Order to Show Cause

    Anthony found an eviction notice taped on his door and he believes that he has a few days to respond, but he just learned today that his eviction is scheduled for tomorrow. What should Anthony do? ...

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  • Hoarders
    Hoarders

    Thomas, 72 years old, lives in a rent-stabilized apartment. Thomas' neighbors complained to the landlord about the foul order emanating from Thomas' apartment. Thomas appears malnourished, he has ...

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  • How Can a Holdover Case Be Used to Evict a Rent-Compliant Tenant?
    How Can a Holdover Case Be Used to Evict a Rent-Compliant Tenant?

    One of your many rights as a landlord includes your right to evict a tenant. While most of the time a nonpayment dispute will be the source of your reasoning behind wanting to evict someone, such ...

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  • The Welcome Mat Part 3: From Rags to Riches
    The Welcome Mat Part 3: From Rags to Riches

    Bob has six months remaining on his lease with his landlord and he lives in a one bedroom apartment. Bob gets an email from his old college buddy, Dave, stating that he is starting a new job in New ...

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