The New York eviction process, also known as a 'Summary Proceeding', is a way for a landlord to repossess their real property rented to a tenant that has refused to vacate the premises. If the landlord has sent a notice to quit to the tenant, and they have failed to cure the issue or move-out, the landlord may begin the eviction procedure by filing with the Housing Court (NYC & Outside the City). The tenant, upon being served the Petition, may be able to represent themselves by contesting through the Answer and using This Guide.
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NonPayment Laws - 10 days Article 7, Section 751
NonCompliance Laws - 10 days RPL §§ 753(4)
Summary Proceeding Laws - Real Property Actions & Proceedings