Jeff McAdams' Tenant Protection Tips

Roommate Rights in Co-op and Condo Rentals

If you’re renting in a co-op or condo, and want to take in a roommate, you have the legal right to do so. The landlord or board may establish certain limits on roommates, but cannot simply prevent you from having one.

Please Note: Every McAdams Law Tenant Protection Tip and article is for informational purposes only and cannot substitute for legal advice. Before taking action, consult an experienced New York Landlord Tenant attorney about your situation. Beware that being a party in a lawsuit in New York City’s Housing Court can subject you to blacklisting. Please see more details here.

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