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Re: 30 day-notice for month-to-month tenancy

Posted by Mark Smith on August 28, 2000 at 19:44:08:

In Reply to: 30 days notice posted by Luby on August 28, 2000 at 09:47:44:

Real Property Law 232-a requires that a month-to-month tenancy in New York City be terminated by a 30-day written notice, which must be served in the same manner as a Notice of Petition and Petition in housing court [Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law (RPAPL) 735 sets forth the provisions for service].

The date in the notice of termination must coincide with the end of the rental period.

Real Property Law - Article 7:

RPAPL - Article 7:

: I am subletting a co-op in Queens (more than 50 units) some rent controlled, I do not have a lease. My landlird informed me that he is has a buyer for my unit. My question is does he have to give me a WRITTEN 30 day notice in addition to the telephone call?/

: Thanks for your help

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