These Are The Squatting Rights That New York Landowners Need to Know

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An Airbnb customer in Los Angeles refused to vacate even five hundred days after the six-month contract ended. Despite squatting, the city rules affirm that the tenant can still inhabit the house. The case is currently on trial, and the tenant is legally allowed to live in the house rent-free.

New York landlords may be at risk of tenants squatting due to the new law on long-term leasing. Tenants who go beyond their lease still have rights that homeowners should respect. In New York state, individuals who live in properties without notice can claim it after ten years of residency. In New York City, however, the window shrinks to thirty days, so it’s vital to file for eviction immediately. 

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