Bronx Housing Court Woes!
If you are a small landlord in Bronx County, you are in for a real treat.
Surprise! The Bronx County Housing Court is not your friend
Should you wish to evict a tenant for any reason whatsoever, or for no reason, the law now requires you to give at least 90-day notice if tenant has resided 2 years in that apartment
Court is Open for Non-payment and Holdover Eviction Cases
An update for all of my Landlords. Court is open. So, yes, we have been filing 30-, 60-, and 90-day predicate notices all along, as well as your Section 8 certifications for New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) cases. We’ve been filing non-payments and holdovers in the Bronx and in Mount Vernon continuously.
What to Do When Your Section 8 Tenant Owes Money in the Bronx
First, we need to ask, what kind of Section 8 program does the tenant have?
You can tell by looking at the vendor check.
If it is New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) there are special steps that you must take ….
Is Your Bronx Court Case Stalled?
I represent landlords in the Bronx and Mount Vernon. So here’s the story. If you’re a landlord and you’ve been trying to evict somebody maybe for a year or a year and a half or even two years, and maybe you have a judgment and maybe you have a warrant.
Guess what? You can’t evict a tenant. So what the governor does is the governor decides, hey, we’re not going to allow any evictions, non-payments, Holdovers …