NYC Legal Issues of Landlord/Tenant Relations
Examine the array of legal issues that landlords, agents, property managers, and real estate attorneys in New York face. Topics include leases, statutory rights and obligations affecting the landlord-tenant relationship, and rent control and rent stabilization (coverage, registration, rent increases, required services, luxury decontrol, and proceedings before the Division of Housing and Community Renewal). Also, discuss fair housing (federal, state, and New York City anti-discrimination laws; the rights of the disabled to modifications and reasonable accommodations; and laws prohibiting harassment and retaliation), summary holdover proceedings, summary nonpayment proceedings, and evictions.
Note: Registering at least two weeks prior to the start of the course date is highly recommended. Popular classes fill up quickly and more specialized classes need sufficient enrollment.
For general information about this course, please call 212-992-3336.
If you are registered for an online course and are not able to access/view your course in NYU Classes, please note the following:
- It may take at least 24 hours from the time you registered for your information to be transferred into NYU Classes.
- New students registering two days or LESS before the start date of the course may experience delayed access.
For additional technical support, contact the IT Service Desk (available 24/7/365) at 212-998-3333 or AskITS@nyu.edu.
You'll Walk Away with
- Familiarity with landlord and tenant rights and obligations
- The knowledge to ensure compliance with local regulations
- Real estate owners
- Investors and brokers
- Building managers
DateNov 2 - Dec 7