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Re: apartment entry

Posted by ChrisG on October 15, 2001 at 21:38:43:

In Reply to: Re: apartment entry posted by Lilly on October 15, 2001 at 20:53:50:

: The laws are not "kind of vague"; the laws are very clear, 24hrs notice.

actually, in new york they are. most states have a 24-hour notice law, but new york doesn't. from the renter's handbook:


LANDLORD ACCESS

A landlord may enter your apartment only with good cause and at a
time that is mutually convenient for the purpose of making
repairs and inspecting for code violations. You may insist upon
prior notice for these routine visits.

In the event of an emergency, however, a landlord may demand
immediate access, or enter without your permission.

If you install new locks, your landlord is entitled to ask for a
copy of the keys.

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