Win Nonprimary Residence Cases with Proper Evidence, Latest Court Decisions

Because of the limited supply of rent-stabilized and rent-controlled apartments, state law requires rent-regulated tenants to use them as a primary residence. Oftentimes, tenants will try to hold onto rent-stabilized or rent-controlled apartments they no longer live in. These tenants may be trying to hold onto the apartments for occasional residences or as places for friends to stay. Fortunately, you can evict tenants who don't use their apartment as their primary residence.

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