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Each McAdams Law Tenant Protection Tip and/or blog article is a very brief discussion of a particular legal point under New York State Housing Law, especially as it applies in the New York City area under Rent Regulations. It is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. It is not possible to cover all contingencies that can arise in a limited written explanation or treatment of any legal principle, and you should consult with an experienced New York Landlord Tenant attorney on your situation. Please note that being a participant in a lawsuit in New York City’s Housing Court can subject you to blacklisting. You can learn more about blacklisting in strategy # 20 in Jeffrey McAdams’ Special Report, How to Protect Yourself Against a Ruthless, Greedy Landlord .

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These discussions cannot cover every contingency or circumstance. Standing alone they are not “legal advice.” Use them to prepare for meetings with your lawyer and as an orientation to Landlord Tenant issues, Divorce and Real Estate closings. The details of every case are different, so any results discussed do not predict similar outcomes for you even if you believe that your facts are the same. Consult an attorney before you try to implement strategies based on these Reports. Landlord Tenant, Matrimonial and Real Estate law are constantly changing, through legislation and judicial precedent interpreting those laws. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The cases described herein are included for the purpose of illustrating the relevant principles only. Tips and Reports can not reflect all subsequent legal developments, decisions, or settlements; Jeffrey C. McAdams, Esq. expressly disclaims liability for actions taken or not taken based solely on these Tips and Reports.

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