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Re: Tenant Protections in NYC : ignore REM

Posted by JJ on February 02, 2001 at 17:55:38:

In Reply to: Tenant Protections in NYC posted by Linda Charest on January 31, 2001 at 15:48:53:

: Can someone point me to a brief on tenant protections in NYC? Specifically, I need to know what rights tenants have in relation to the foreclosed properties that were part of the HUD rehab 203(k) program. Many of these properties were bought by nonprofits, who were supposed to rehab them, then rent them as low income housing. Needless to say, scam artists took the govt, non-profits, and the less fortunate of the city for a ride. Now the properties are going into foreclosure. I need to know what protections there are for tenants who live in both the occupied and unoccupied dwellings. Can you help?

You have the same rights as any tenants in any foreclosures.

You have more resources available because those HUD frauds are clustered in Harlem.

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