City Council and de Blasio Administration Seek Compromise on Tenant Protection Laws

City Councilmembers and the de Blasio administration are set to discuss a compromise version of a bill that would require property owners seeking building permits to first demonstrate that they had not harassed their tenants. The proposed law, Intro 152-A, sponsored by Brooklyn Councilmember Brad Lander, was one of four tenant-protection bills recently discussed at a recent hearing.

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