The most common reason a tenant might be evicted is for failing to pay rent. In
New York, a landlord can begin taking steps toward eviction as soon as a tenant
FAILURE TO PAY RENT OTHER THAN THE. NONPAYMENT PROCEEDING?
SANDY'S AFTERMATH: WHAT DOES IT. MEAN FOR YOU, THE LANDLORD?
Things to know if you're facing a non-payment of rent case: A nonpayment
proceeding is a lawsuit that requires the tenant to go to court to answer. If you fail
A nonpayment case is filed by a landlord against you when he or she claims that
you owe rent. The landlord is asking the court to order you to pay rent or to evict ...
Jun 13, 2014 ... The eviction procedure for non-payment of rent is called "summary ejectment".
Eviction cases are filed and heard in the District Court of the ...
Jun 13, 2014 ... “Distress for rent” is a court procedure in which the landlord seeks to seize and
sell the tenant's possessions on the leased premises and to use ...
You followed our recommendations to discourage tenants from paying rent late,
but ... Failure to do so could result in delays or end the eviction process entirely ...
Jun 16, 2010 ... The most common default under a lease necessitating legal action is a tenant's
failure to pay rent. Other common defaults include tenants ...
Note that this notice does not set out the penalties for failure to pay the rent and is
friendly in tone. This is not recommended for the habitually late tenant.
NOTICE OF FAILURE TO PAY RENT. AND. TERMINATION OF RENTAL
AGREEMENT. TO: You are hereby notified that you have failed to pay rent when
due for ...