Monthly Archives: July 2018

Damned if you do…

Mayor de Blasio has announced the creation of another Anti-Tenant Harassment Unit targeted at “maintenance harassment.” At the same time, HPD announced a new Partners in Preservation program to fund local community groups to fight tenant displacement from new investments in … Continue reading

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Book ’em and Report ’em

Airbnb and other booking services will have to provide New York City with monthly reports of the addresses, length of stay, cost, host name, and other details of short-term stays under legislation passed by the City Council Wednesday and expected … Continue reading

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You Be The Judge

Want to be a judge? The Advisory Council for the Housing Part of New York City’s Civil Court is recruiting lawyers interested in a five-year term and $187,200 annual salary to preside in Housing Court. Applicants can email Linda Dunlap-Miller … Continue reading

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