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Asked on: 8/11/13, 5:41 am

My mother in law recently found that she was renting rooms in her home illegally (she thought it was mixed use its an r4) after she tried to evict 2 tennants for non payment and using their deposits as rent.

please we need help she may lose her home and life savings.

Thank you for your cosideration.

Mr. E. Thompson

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Answered on: 8/21/13, 2:13 pm by Steven Czik

As New York State law is very specific as to the exact wording required in these Notices and the manner in which they must be served upon the tenant, it is highly advisable to retain the services of an attorney experienced in these areas. A small mistake can set you back months in the process. We have substantial experience handling these types of cases, however, we would need some more information before making a complete and proper determination. You are welcome to contact us for a free consultation.

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