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  • Beware of Rent-to-Own agreements

    This link will take you the website for Legal Assistance of Western New York. LawNY attorneys wrote this article on what you should consider before signing a Rent-to-Own agreement. Content Detail

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    Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc.- LawNY® - Geneva Office
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  • Security Deposits

    How do I get my security deposit back? In this article, you will learn what a security deposit is, what to do before you move in, and what to do when you move out to get your security deposit back. Content Detail

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    Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc.- LawNY® - Geneva Office
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  • Rent Security Complaint Form Tool

    You can use this online tool to fill out this form and send it to the Attorney General's Office in order to make a complaint that your landlord did not put your security deposit in a trust account, did not pay interest on your security deposit, or did not return your security deposit. Content Detail

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    New York State Attorney General's Office
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  • Beware of Rent-to-Own agreements

    This link will take you the website for Legal Assistance of Western New York. LawNY attorneys wrote this article on what you should consider before signing a Rent-to-Own agreement. Content Detail

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    Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc.- LawNY® - Geneva Office
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My landlord is harassing me (1)+

  • What You Need to Know About Tenant Harassment in NYC

    “Harassment” is any act or failure to act by a landlord or a landlord’s agents that causes or is intended to cause any person legally entitled to live in a room or apartment to give up their room or apartment, or any rights related to their tenancy. In New York State, tenant harassment can be a felony or misdemeanor. In New York City, tenant harassment is also a housing code violation, and tenants can sue their landlord in Housing Court if they are being harassed. Content Detail

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    The Legal Aid Society NYC
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