Honig Quoted in NY Housing Court StoryApril 18, 2017 |
Jeremy Honig shared his experience in a story for The Cooperator New York — the Co-Op & Condo Resource.
Jeremy noted: “With respect to a holdover proceeding, there may or may not be a predicate notice that must be served before a landlord may commence a proceeding, depending upon the basis for such proceeding. For example, if a tenant fails to vacate possession after the lease expires by its terms, a landlord is not required to serve a predicate notice before commencing a holdover proceeding. However, depending upon the terms of the lease between the parties, a landlord will likely be required to serve a predicate notice if the holdover proceeding is based upon the landlord’s termination of the lease following an alleged default.”
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