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New York Eviction Laws on Non Payment Cases

Three Day Notice – RPAPL 711(2) requires petitioner to make a demand for rent prior to commencement of the eviction proceeding. The demand can be oral or written. If written, it must provide respondent with 3 days to pay the rent. The 3 day Notice must be served on the respondent and filed with the Court. The 3-day notice must state the amount of rent due and the period of time covered by that amount, together with a demand that the total amount be paid within 3 business days after service of the notice or tenant must give up possession. The date of service is excluded, as are Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Petition must seek rent and not other charges – While petitioner can seek attorney’s fees (if agreed to in the lease) and Court costs, generally, respondent cannot be evicted for the failure to pay these costs, especially in a rent-regulated situation.