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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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  • The Switch Game - Lights On, Lights Off
    The Switch Game - Lights On, Lights Off

    Tom has been threatening to turn off Sally, his tenants' electricity for weeks due to her nonpayment of rent. Tom decided to take matters into his own hands today and he shut off Sally's electricity ...

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  • Can I Sue My Landlord?
    Can I Sue My Landlord?

    Under New York law, tenants have certain rights that should be upheld and landlords hold certain responsibilities that must be met. When landlords violate these civil rights or fail to fulfill their ...

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