No. Police will likely tell you & LL the matter is a civil matter.
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No but if you are living there with out a lease it is only a matter of time.
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Perhaps. New York State's ;aw relating to when a special proceeding must be brought to remove a tenant from possession carves out a narrow exception for persons who have not yet lived thirty consecutive days in their dwelling. Strange but true. New York City's illegal eviction law tracks that state law and allows for eviction without court process for a person residing less than 30 days in their dwelling.
You should check with Cohoes Police Department to verify the landlord's information to you.
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No, he cannot legally ask you to leave and give you 24 hours notice. In order to remove you from the property, he needs to commence an eviction proceeding. Even if he calls the police, it's unlikely they will get involved as this is a civil matter pertaining to a leasehold, and not a criminal matter. If he does attempt to remove you, he would be engaging in what is known as self-help, and he could be liable to you for his illegal actions.
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