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Re: NY State Laws

Posted by Anna on April 28, 1999 at 14:41:04:

In Reply to: Re: Roommate Eviction posted by Mark Smith on April 28, 1999 at 14:07:57:

: : : A licensee is entitled to a 10-day notice to quit [RPAPL 713(7)] -- not 30 days. The notice must be served in accordance with RPAPL 735.

: : : Where can I get information on the RPAPL 713 7 & 735? I can't get on the AOL Tenant site. Thanks.

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: I got this right off the website:


: The link is clickable below. You might also want to check the law books at a larger regional public library in New York City, to see if this is the most recent version of RPAPL 713 and RPAPL 735, but it probably is for these two sections.

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The most up-to-date (3/1/99) version of most NY STATE laws are at the link below. RPAPL is Real Property Actions & Proceedings, a Consolidated law; Article 7 covers eviction proceedings. All you get is the original law though: to see how it has been applied (or to decipher it: some of it is as clear as mud!), read the caselaw on New York Law Journal (Wed is L&T day); good, intelligible, searchable summaries on; or the very very short summaries in McKinney's Consolidated Laws in those Libraries.

ps: natural person landlords can use the services of the Pro Se attorney at the courthouses; also: there is a small landlord table there. Have you considered using Mediation first?

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