Landlord & Tenant in New York
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: matthewakbar-ga
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18 Nov 2002 11:03 PST
Expires: 18 Dec 2002 11:03 PST
Question ID: 110027
How do I commence a eviction or non-payment proceeding for a commercial tenant in a flea market in New York?
Re: Landlord & Tenant in New York
Answered By: legolas-ga on 18 Nov 2002 12:56 PST
Hi matthewakbar, First, let me begin by reminding you that Google Answers is not meant to provide legal advice in any fashion whatsoever. That said, I was able to locate some links to information that may assist you in your quest to evict your tenant. Of course, retaining a lawyer to complete this matter for you is probably the most expedious and efficient way to accomplish the eviction. I've located a website that contains the basic steps needed to evict a tenant. http://www.nhlink.net//housing/cto/know/kyrrevic.htm also see: http://www.nhlink.net//housing/cto/know/kyrr.htm I've also located an overview of the applicable landlord/tenant laws for New York at: http://www.law.cornell.edu/topics/landlord_tenant.html Esentially, the process is to first serve a 3-day notice to vacate the premises. If that fails to achieve the required result, then the you must file an action in Forcible Entry and Detainer at the court in the city where the property is located. A second Cause of Action should be commenced to seek recovery of money damages. Therefore, your first step should be to give WRITTEN, HAND DELIVERED notice to your tenant informing them to vacate the property within 3 days. I hope this helps in your quest to evict your tenant. Good luck! Search Terms: "new york" landlord tenant law commercial
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