1. Don't abbreviate words,
don't use ALL CAPS, and do use spell check before sending. If you choose
not to do so, your question may not be used at all.
2. Don't ask
multiple questions in one post. Try to consolidate multiple questions
into the most important one that you want answered, or split up your
questions into two or more postings.
Page -- here we have posted some of the
most often-asked questions, so that you, and we, don't waste each
other's time repeating them.
Read the questions and answers already posted -- your question may
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the questions by
Go to the City of New York's official website at
is a very comprehensive site, with copious amounts of information
available to the visitor, and many ways to access it, including a great
search engine. Peruse the site and again, MANY of your questions will be
Tenant.Net, an online resource for
residential tenants, with lots of information and bulletin boards where
you can ask questions relevant to
tenant / landlord issues.
While we won't always be equipped to immediately give you the
exact answer, we will try to steer you in the right direction so that
you can find the correct answer on your own. When that happens,
we'd love it if you would repay us by
writing back to us
so we can post the answer you found for your question.
Google or any of the many other good
internet search engines to research your question before you ask it
For multi-family housing specific questions, see our Housing Links Page
10. We cannot and do not
answer legal questions. Consult a lawyer for those.