Tenant Reference materials ... "For text of the Roommate Law, see the following post in this thread. Roommate Advice ..." · "The NYS Real Property Law Section 235-F ...
S ECTION 235 (f) was added to the Real Property Law by the Omnibus Housing Act of 1983.1 Dubbed the "Roommate Law," it was enacted to accommodate a tenant's need, by ...
If you need to get specific and cite the New York State Real Property Law (RPL), here are ... If you wish to read the New York Roommate Law or print a copy to ...
FindLaw provides N.Y. RPP. LAW § 235-f : NY Code - Section 235-F: Unlawful restrictions on occupancy for Lawyers, Law Students, etc.
ﬁ ed at Real Property Law (RPL) § 235-f. It was enacted as part of the Omnibus Housing Act (OHA) of 1983 in ... Roommate Law does not deﬁ ne “immediate family.”
Because the roommate law became effective July ... (f) of the Real Property Law shall not exceed such occupant's proportionate share of the legal regulated rent ...
Perhaps I might suggest an answer. New York's so-called Roommate Law ( as you know Real Property Law Section 235-f) ...
... an unlawful restriction on occupancy in violation of the Roommate Law, Real Property Law (RPL) § 235-f. ... The Roommate Law, RPL § 235-f provides in pertinent part ...
Petitioner's holdover proceeding is premised on subdivision three of Real Property Law § 235-f: ... one additional roommate, the purpose of section 235-f would be ...
Does real property law 235-f work in a coop. ... If you have a roommate, I suggest you enter into a 3 year lease, with a 30 day notice period after the first year.
The questioner is correct that a well-trodden statute, known as the "roommate law" (RPL Section 235-f), ... The roommate law provides: ...
Right to Be Protected Against Retaliatory Eviction Real Property Law § 223‐b LL of ... (“Roommate Law”) Real Property Law § 235‐f ...
I’m getting a roommate pursuant to RPL 226. We’re signing a roommate ... I believe you are referring to the “Roommate Law” – Real Property Law § 235-f.
New York’s Roommate Law (Real Prop-erty Law §235-f) effectively modifies “leases” (which ordinarily place some restric-tion on who may occupy an apartment) to
REAL PROPERTY LAW (RPL) Laws 1909, Chap. 52 NYS Real Property Law (RPAPL) ARTICLE 7 LANDLORD AND TENANT Sec. 226-b. Right to sublease or assign. 1.