Charging Extra Fees for Items or Services—What’s OK, What’s Not

Charging Extra Fees for Items or Services—What’s OK, What’s Not



You may believe you have a right to charge extra fees to rent-stabilized tenants for certain items or services. For example, you may want to charge your tenants a fee for paying rent late or for taking over use of the elevator when moving furniture into their apartments.

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