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Lease Renewal Notice Calculator


Prepared exclusively for Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.

By: Miguel Rodriguez

Under the Rent Stabilization Law, lease renewal offers must be offered during a “window period” no closer to the expiration of the lease than 90 days ahead of time and no further from the expiration of the lease than 150 days ahead of time. The chart appearing below gives you, for each day of the calendar, the 90th and 150th days before any given date. While you are always better off restricting this window to something like between the 100th and 140th days, this chart gives you the deadlines. You should also remember to be careful to adjust for the Leap Year any time February 29th would fall out during either the 90 day or 150 day period.

 

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