The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act: Procedural Changes to Statewide NY Landlord-Tenant Law
In the first of three lectures on New York’s Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act (HSTPA), renowned commentator and lecturer Dov Treiman examined the changes made to the substantive law of landlord-tenant relations, effective throughout New York State, applicable to both residential and commercial tenancies.
This second lecture deals with HSTPA’s procedural changes. The third lecture deals with HSTPA’s changes to rent regulation and just what it means that under HSTPA, rent regulation is now potentially applicable throughout the State of New York.
In all three lectures, Mr. Treiman carefully distinguishes between those laws that are commercial in application and those that are residential in application, as well as those laws that are applicable only inside New York City and those that are not. Mr. Treiman provides both the substance of the law and its practical application, with warnings to practitioners about how these laws will require how they do business in landlord-tenant work.
*This course qualifies as a Transitional course and can be taken by both Experienced and Newly Admitted attorneys in NY.