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Flashpoint Process Servers of NY is a professional process serving agency. We will provide each and every client with personal attention, professional service, incorporated with accelerated and exceptional quality. Serving the Five Boroughs – Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan, and New Jersey, in addition to, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Putnam County, and Westchester Counties.

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Landlord and Tenant Eviction Services to Aid Administrators

 

 

On June 14, 2019, the state of New York enacted the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019. The new law made sweeping changes in the rules regarding evictions, rent increases, security deposits, application fees, and more. While these were made in good faith with the intent of strengthening protections for renters, the new stipulations (which came into effect on October 12, 2019) can lead to administrative burdens on the side of the landlords.

With the new law in effect, you, as landlord or administrator, are expected to follow the following rules on giving notice to tenants:

On Rent Increase and Non-Renewal of Lease
Previous practice: Provide 30 days of notice for a rent increase or non-renewal of lease

New law: If the landlord will not renew the tenant’s lease or increase rent by more than 5%, they should give prior notice based on the tenant’s duration of occupancy.

Less than 1 year: 30 days notice
1-2 years: 60 days notice
Over 2 years: 90 days notice
The notice of rent adjustment must also be served by a process server, and not by mail.

On Eviction Due to Delinquency
Previous practice: Landlords can issue delinquent tenants a written notice that they have 3 days to pay rent in full. Otherwise, the landlord will proceed with the eviction process.

New law: This notice is now extended to 14 days.

On Warrants of Eviction
Previous practice: City marshalls may execute a warrant of eviction 3 days after the Housing Court has issued the order.

New law: City marshalls must now give at least 14 days’ notice before enforcing a warrant of eviction.

On Serving Petition and Notice of Petition
Previous practice: Landlords may file a holdover proceeding against a tenant (a process for eviction) for non-payment of rent and other valid reasons (e.g., lease violations, the landlord wants the apartment for personal or family use). They must serve a Petition (which states why they are taking the tenant to court) and a Notice of Petition (which states the consequences if the tenant doesn’t answer your petition in court) at least 5 days but no more than 12 days before the hearing date.

New law: The Petition and Notice of Petition for Holdover and Non-Payment must now be served strictly between 10 to 17 days before the hearing. These documents must also be served personally or through a process server.

These new rules require you to be more mindful of each tenant’s records, among other things. Reduce the load on your shoulders by delegating the delivery of eviction and rent increase notices to our landlord-tenant process servers here in New York.

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