Follow Seven Rules When Sending Nonrenewal Notice for Nonprimary Residence Case

If you’re thinking about evicting a rent-stabilized tenant for nonprimary residence, don’t derail your case before it even starts. Nonprimary residence claims are perhaps the most common type of holdover proceedings brought by New York City owners. Although every case has its own unique set of facts, the cases generally follow a common path. And many owners will take the preliminary steps themselves and hire an attorney only after the tenant’s lease ends.

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