As you may know, the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 was passed on June 14th this year. Among other things, the Act has significantly modified the rules for evicting residential tenants who do not possess a lease (i.e. monthly tenants). Under the old law, a landlord could terminate a monthly tenant by simply notifying a thirty (30) day notice to terminate a monthly tenancy.

Under the new law, a landlord must first calculate the cumulative amount of time the residential tenant has occupied the residence to determine the appropriate notice:

  1. If the tenant has occupied the premises for less than one (1) year then a thirty (30) day notice to terminate must be provided to the tenant.
  2. If the tenant has occupied the premises for more than one (1) year but less than two (2) years then a sixty (60) day notice to terminate must be provided to the tenant.
  3. If the tenant has occupied the premises for more than two years then a ninety (90) day notice to terminate must be provided to the tenant.

    Commercial monthly tenancies are not affected by the above notice requirements.

The new requirements applicable to monthly residential tenants come into effect on October 12

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Accordingly, landlords who would like to utilize the old law to terminate monthly residential tenancies must serve a thirty (30) day notice to terminate upon the tenant(s) no later than August 31, 2019. If you would like our office to commence the process to terminate monthly residential tenancies under the old law, please contact our office immediately to discuss.

The team at James G. Dibbini & Associates collectively has over 35 years of experience providing legal services in the areas of:

  • Landlord & Tenant Law
  • DHCR Representation
  • Property Management Company Support and Representation
  • Commercial & Residential Real Estate Closings
  • General Business Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Zoning Issues and Variances
  • Housing and Building Code Violation Matters
  • Cooperative Apartment & Condo Representation

If you have any questions regarding the new landlord-tenant laws or any of the areas of law we handle, please give us a call at (914) 965-1011 or email us at If you have any questions regarding the new landlord-tenant laws or any of the areas of law we handle, please give us a call at (914) 965-1011 or email us at jdibbini@dibbinilaw.com.