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This defense is also called "warranty of habitability." A violation of the warranty of habitability can be a defense and a counterclaim in a nonpayment case. The warranty of habitability makes the landlord or owner responsible for keeping your apartment and the building safe and livable at …
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Instructions for the Use of the HIPAA-compliant Authorization Form to Release Health Information Needed for Litigation This form is the product of a collaborative process between the New York State
NATURE OF JUDICIAL INTERVENTION: Check ONE box only AND enter additional information where indicated. Infant's Compromise Note of Issue and/or Certificate of Readiness Notice of Medical, Dental, or Podiatric Malpractice Date Issue Joined: _____
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3 Caveat 1: The doctrine of “piercing the corporate veil” presupposes that the corporation has an underlying obligation to plaintiff, Morris v State Dept. of Taxation and Finance, 82 NY2d 135, 603 NYS2d 807, 623 NE2d 1157.
The New York City Housing Court is a Part of the Civil Court where landlords/owners and tenants go to solve their housing problems. Landlords/owners start cases in Housing Court to: • collect rent, and to • evict tenants and roommates. Tenants start cases in Housing Court to:
12 "COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020". 13 § 3. Legislative intent. The Legislature finds and declares all of the 14 following: EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted. LBD17721-01-0
the landlord/owner wants the rent, and that if you don’t pay, you can be evicted. The rent demand must list the months and amounts of rent the landlord/owner says you owe. If the landlord/owner starts a case without first sending you both of these notices , …
NOTICE OF TERMINATION FOR LEASE VIOLATION (OTHER THAN NON-PAYMENT OF RENT) Date: To: Tenant Names And any unknown occupants. Street Address Unit Instructions This Notice is commonly called a "10-Day Notice." However, the lease or local law may require a longer notice period. Identify the tenant s and their mailing address. This Notice cannot be
violation of any of the house rules is considered a breach of this agreement. 15. CHANGE OF TERMS: The terms and conditions of this agreement are subject to future change by OWNER after the expiration of the agreed lease period upon 30-day written notice setting forth such change and delivered to RESIDENT. Any
transferrable and that the Tenant may not assign the Lease, any part of the Lease or any of the rights or obligations herein. The tenant shall not sublet, sublease or otherwise grant any other party any license or right in relation to the Property or this Lease. Any license, assignment sublease or agreement in violation of this clause shall
tenancy in accordance with the lease and HUD requirements. b. Grounds. During the term of the lease (the initial term of the lease or any extension term), the owner may only terminate the tenancy becaus. e of: (1) Serious or repeated violation of the lease; (2) Violation of Federal, State, or local law that imposes obligations on the tenant in
in accordance with the lease and HUD requirements. b. Grounds. During the term of the lease (the initial term of the lease or any extension term), the owner may only terminate the tenancy because of: (1) Serious or repeated violation of the lease; (2) Violation of …
Any person using a fictitious name or address and knowingly making any false statement on this application is in violation of DC Law and subject to a fine of not more than $1,000 or 180 days imprisonment or both. (D.C. Official Code §22-2405) ... original unexpired Lease with …
63 Tenants must be served a written notice that states the reason for the termination and the date that the tenancy is to end. Tenants have the opportunity to object to the reason given for the termination for a substantial breach unless the notice is for unpaid rent.