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ellie

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My tenants have stopped paying their portion of the rent (the balance is subsidized) for the past three months. The lease is up on February 1, 2000. Can I notify them that I do not plan to renew their lease and expect to reenter and take posession of my property on February 1st? Or will I have to evict? The property is located in Ulster County, New York. Thank you for your advise.
 


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Jack Mevorach, Esq.

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If they don't vacate voluntarily, you must use legal process.
 
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ellie

Guest
eviction

I was trying to avoid eviction because of a previous bad experience with this process. I hired an attorney to evict non-paying tenants. It resulted in taking three months and costing $1,200 in legal fees. Was this duration and fee normal? Can you recommend how to proceed at less cost?
Thank you again.
 

HomeGuru

Senior Member
Hire Vinnie and for $600 cash in unmarked bills, he will make these tenants an offer that they can't refuse.
 
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