Dear Brooklyn Landlord:
You should know by now that you may pay for a full eviction and that means the city Marshal supervises the removal of the tenant's personal property from the apartment, by a licensed and bonded NYC insured warehouse mover. Do this and you do not have to fret about the what to do with the tenant's possessions.
You need your marshal to conduct an "eviction" and not just a "legal possession."
Dear New York "Subtenant":
You were never a subtenant, since you shared living space with the prime tenant. You were a roommate, and your parents should not ever have signed a "guarantee" agreement on a roommate rental that was dubbed a sublease. The guarantee makes your parents liable, if the prime tenant decides to sue for "damages." But that is still a remote event, so you should try to quiet this down with an attorney who may just help make this all go away with a letter to the prime...
Dear Warwick commercial tenant:
An attorney (preferably the lawyer you engaged to negotiate the terms of the lease) must review the lease, the town board requirements, and the permits the landlord sought for ingress and egress from the parking lot. The town highway department must approve the plan. If a traffic signal is required that often requires NYS DOT approval.
If your parcel is on a state route the delay may involve securing permission from the State.
See an attorney....
Dear I am afraid for my safety if I did so:
You may be right about being afraid, and they will think of you no matter who turns them in.
Your father has a responsibility to you, and to the adjoining property owners, to keep his property in a safe and sanitary condition and to prevent a nuisance from occurring on his property. The accumulation of garbage over the yard and the drug use, are bad behaviors that may have an affect on your father's property. The town may issue violations...
Dear Brooklyn Tenant:
The landlord is not raising the rent out of the blue, the rent is being raised because you live in a market rent apartment and your rent once the lease expired is up to the agreement you and your landlord make on a monthly basis (even rent stabilized tenants experience rent increases on each renewal lease, but the rate of rent increase is regulated by a quasi-government board.)
If you want to assure that the landlord does not raise the rent every month, you may...
Dear they want to evict me:
A landlord in New York City forfeits the right to enforce the "no pet" clause in the standard form of lease, when the landlord does not start the actual court case within the first three month period following the landlord's knowledge of the harboring of the dog. The knowledge of the building employees is imputed to the landlord.
As a pet owner in NYC you should have made yourself familiar with your right to keep your pet, notwithstanding the lease.
Dear New York Tenant:
A residential tenant in New York State (and in New York City) is allowed one roommate (along with the roommate's dependents) in addition to the tenant's immediate family. The landlord is not allowed to restrict the right to a roommate and the law forbids the landlord from interference with the right to have a roommate. A tenant may seek a court order to sanction a landlord for interference with the right to the roommate.
A roommate does not have tenancy rights or...
Dear Brooklyn Landlord:
You would have saved a load of trouble for yourself had you simply used the common route to evict a tenant not paying rent. The eviction would have removed the tenant who you know and who owed rent and would not defend the case and at the same time, the unknown to you by name left behind boyfriend.
Now you face a cumbersome summary holdover proceeding that must begin with service of a notice to quit on the boyfriend. You can not do this alone. The chance that a DIY...
Dear In need to know if I need an attorney?
You need an attorney. You should have some documentation for the creation of the life tenancy in a condominium and those documents should state the terms of the life tenancy.
In any case it is not likely that the life tenant is "stabilized" unless the tenant was a stabilized tenant in occupancy in the building and chose not to purchase the unit when offered the chance to do so in a non-eviction conversion offering plan. If that is the history...
Dear Brooklyn landlord:
The tenant's rental obligation does not cease because the landlord is engaged in a foreclosure. The landlord retains the right to collect rent as usual. While a tenant may have a defense when sued by the landlord, the defense would be only a defense allowed by law.
So unless you wake up and exercise your ordinary landlord entitlement to receive rent (hire an attorney familiar with the landlord right to sue in a nonpayment summary proceeding. )