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.

Is Your Bronx Court Case Stalled?

Bronx Landlord Lawyer for Tenant Eviction

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 …