Does anyone know a lawyer or court for ejectment action, because the court has dismissed my case, i didn’t have a rental lease?
The fact that you did not have a rental lease does not necessarily mean that you are required to file an action for ejectment. A non-payment proceeding or a holdover proceeding can still proceed where there is not a lease agreement.
However, if the occupant is claiming some sort of ownership interest in the property and the city court has dismissed the case on the grounds that it does not have jurisdiction to decide that issue, you may need to file an action for ejectment in State Supreme Court. If the parties and the property are located in Albany County, the action would be file in Albany County Supreme Court. A local landlord-tenant attorney can represent you in such an action. Best of luck!
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