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Re: Landlord charging for dog

Posted by Mark Smith on October 06, 2000 at 23:02:14:

In Reply to: Landlord charging for dogs. posted by Robin on October 06, 2000 at 13:28:57:

Section 233 of the Real Property Law covers mobile home parks. You could file a complaint with DHCR, because, as you said, this charge isn't for a service. It would appear that you, not the owner of the mobile home park, would be liable if your dog does any damage.

See Real Property Law 233 (from TenantNet):

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: I live in a trailer park in upstate NY. We have new landlord as of the 1st of september, in the rules he wants to charge ( $10 per month) you if have a dog in your home (I own my trailer). We had a meeting last night with him and he says he can charge this because he has to provide liabity insurane in case someone is bitten by a dog.
: Well I read about renters rights and that said that he can not do this beacuse it is not a service. If anyone can help me please let me know. thanks

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