New Law Makes It Easier for City to Shut Down Illegal Hotels

August 30, 2010
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Governor Paterson recently signed into law a measure giving the city greater power to crack down on illegal hotels. The law removes a legal gray area that contributed to the problem of landlords renting apartments as hotel rooms so they can charge more than rent laws allow. It provides a clear definition of permanent occupancy.

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