New York Residential Landlord-Tenant Law and Procedure
Hon. Gerald Lebovits
New York City Criminal Court, Manhattan
Damon P. Howard, Esq.
Howard, L.L.P., New York City
Michael B. Terk, Esq.
David Rozenholc &
Associates, New York City
• Understand the statutory framework for
landlord-tenant summary proceedings
• Enhance your skills dealing with landlord-tenant
New York residential landlord-tenant law is daunting to newcomers
and the experienced alike, given its patchwork statutory
framework, discordant case law, and emotion-laden disputes
involving homes, money, and the charged landlord-tenant relationship.
This practice guide introduces the fundamentals of residential
landlord-tenant law and offers a guide to the procedural mechanics
practitioners face in landlord-tenant disputes.
The 2012-2013 release is a complete reprint and
is current through the 2012 New York State legislative session.
This edition expands on the previous version with coverage of new case
law and recent statutory developments. Written by Hon. Gerald Lebovits,
Damon P. Howard, Esq., and Michael B. Terk, Esq., this publication
introduces the substantive fundamentals of residential landlord-tenant
law and offers a guide to the procedural mechanics practitioners face in
landlord-tenant disputes. It offers practical advice on tenancy, summary
proceedings, nonpayment proceedings, illegal lockout/unlawful eviction
actions and proceedings, general and affirmative defenses to a
residential landlord-tenant proceeding, and includes many
PN: 416912 | 2012-2013 | 480 pages | softbound
Members $72 | Non-Members $80