A Notice of Petition and Petition is a lawsuit that is filed for the purpose of evicting you and/or to have you pay rent that is owed to your landlord. It must be answered or you can be evicted. If a landlord has issued a Notice to Cure, Rent Demand (sometimes called a Three Day
A Notice to Cure is a document served by a landlord on a tenant, alleging lease violations that must be fixed within a certain amount of time in order to prevent eviction. The timeframe can vary from a few days to 30 days or longer. If you, the tenant, do not “cure” the problem before
In a commercial eviction case, after the court issues a Judgment and Warrant of Eviction, it is sent to a New York City Marshal. The Marshal will schedule an eviction and deliver an “Eviction Notice” to the tenant, who usually has five business days to vacate the premises. Unless the tenant brings an Order to
In the State of New York, commercial tenants have a narrower scope of protections than residential tenants, so as a wise tenant, you should know your rights and have excellent legal representation to protect them. You should have an experienced commercial tenant lawyer review and negotiate your lease and interpret it when you have questions.
Succession rights General rule: If one lives with a traditional family member for two years or more, they can succeed to the rights of a rent-regulated tenant. Traditional family member is defined as husband, wife, daughter, son, stepson, stepdaughter, mother, father, stepmother, stepfather, sister, brother, grandmother, grandfather, grandson, granddaughter, mother-in-law, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law of the
There are two basic types of commercial eviction summary lawsuits: 1. Nonpayment lawsuits These are brought by landlords against tenants for the nonpayment of rent. The tenant must be in possession of the premises for the Landlord to commence a nonpayment proceeding. The landlord is usually required to serve a rent demand before a lawsuit.