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'Time range' re: 'non-primary residency'

Posted by Carlson on December 19, 2001 at 13:19:23:

Does the NYS law re: non-primary residency state in what period of time the violation of law (i.e., the condition of non-primary residency) has to have occurred relative to when a valid lawsuit based on it can be brought by a landlord?

In other words, is a tenant safeguarded by any 'statute of limitations' regarding a possible non-primary residency violation that occurred in the past (e.g., more than a year ago)?


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