Posted by DK on December 28, 1998 at 18:06:28:
In Reply to: Month to month renter asked to leave..how long?!?:( posted by Daven on December 27, 1998 at 20:18:44:
The landlord must serve you with a written notice terminating your tenancy at least thirty days before the expiration of your month-to-month tenancy. (Real Property Law § 232-a) The notice must be served in the same manner as a court eviction notice. (Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law § 735).
It will take several weeks in court before the landlord can obtain an eviction warrant. Even then, the court may give you up to six months additional time if you cannot find another place, although two months is usually the norm with more time after that if you still can't find another place. (Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law § 753). You can find the text of all of these laws on the tenant.net web site at tenant.net/Other_Laws/
: I've been a month to month renter for almost ten years and the landlord
: is renovating my place, and has already scheduled a tenant who he
: expects to move in Feb. 1, he asked me to move out by then but as of
: yet haven't found a place. Does anyone know approximately how long
: an eviction takes in Brooklyn these days? Also, I don't want to pay Jan's
: rent 'cause I doubt I'll ever see my security if I do. Anyone having any
: knowledge on such subjects would be appreciated. Thanks!
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