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Easy Guide to J-51 Regulation
Are you impacted if your building received J-51 tax abatements and the landlord deregulated you? Tenant attorney Seth Miller has a quick check list.

How to Protect Yourself Against a Ruthless, Greedy Landlord
Tenant attorney Jeffrey McAdams and his 30 Strategies for Guarding Your Tenant Rights.

Lease Renewal Disputes: A Guide
How to renew your lease, and what to watch out for.

Complaining about a rent overcharge in New York City
NYC tenant attorney Kenneth B. Hawco discusses strategies for filing overcharge complaints. As expected, DHCR is the least favorite option.

Roommate Advice
NYC tenant attorney Lynn Armentrout on what you should know if you have a roommate or are thinking of getting one.

Negotiating with Your Landlord
What issues should you consider when negotiating with your landlord?

Jeffrey McAdams' Tenant Tips
Tenant attorney Jeffrey McAdams offers tenant tips on a wide range of issues. For archives go here. Most recent tips:
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