New York Landlord & Tenant Litigation: Introduction to Rent Stabilization (Update)

Production Date: October 17, 2017 Practice Areas: Real Estate and Litigation Estimated Length: 3163 minutes


$ 59 Real Estate and Litigation In Stock

Rent Stabilization is one of the most misunderstood areas of real property law. In this program, Michelle Maratto Itkowitz, a noted NYC Landlord-Tenant attorney, will answer some of the fundamental questions around rent regulation, such as how do I know if a tenant is Rent Stabilized (or not) – a particularly relevant question in this era of rampant illegal deregulation. The course will introduce the nuts and bolts of determining what the legal rent is, calculating a rent overcharge, and what a Rent Stabilized tenancy means for the landlord and for the tenant.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the basics of Rent Stabilization
  2. Know whether a tenancy is Rent Stabilized (or not)
  3. Determine if an apartment was illegally deregulated
  4. Calculate a rent overcharge
  5. Track the history of a rent regulated tenancy and determine whether a preferential rent is durable or not
  6. Demystify the ins and outs of tenant buy-outs for your landlord or tenant client
Michael L.
New York, NY

She is the best instructor I have ever seen for CLE. I wish she would teach more topics!

Sahar S.
Brooklyn, NY

One of the most thorough, engaging, and straightforward presenters I've listened to.

James V.
Bronx, NY

Simply Amazing ! Thanks