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Notice of action adverse to possession of tenant.

Posted by lv on April 26, 1998 at 02:01:47:

I'm doing my homework trying to understand my rights, and I don't know what
this part of the NYS Property Law means.
Could somebody interpret for me?
Much thanks-
Sec. 225. Notice of action adverse to possession of tenant.

Where a process or summons in an action to recover the real
property occupied by him, or the possession thereof, is served
upon a tenant, he must forthwith give notice thereof to his
landlord; otherwise he forfeits the value of three years' rent of
such property, to the landlord or other person of whom he holds.

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