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New York is notoriously tough on landlords. Fortunately, The New York Landlord's Law Book explains the legalese a landlord needs to know in comprehensive, understandable terms, giving them the tools they need to head off problems with tenants and agencies.
The book provides you with "nuts and bolts advice" on how to comply with the latest laws on:
rent stabilization and rent control
roommates and sublets
and much more
The 2nd edition includes extensive recent changes to rent laws and regulations, new ways to deal with tenants who always pay rent late, issues regarding terrorism and rental properties, new sections on tenant exposure to mold and federal rules on tenant-installed satellite dishes. All forms included as tear-outs and on a CD-ROM.
Written by an attorney specializing in landlord-tenant law, The New York Landlord's Law Book belongs in the hands of every landlord, managing agent, resident manager and building superintendent, and anyone else involved in the rental real estate market in New York.