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Non-Residential Tenant Harassment Law Makes 'Self-Help' Eviction Even Riskier for NYC Commercial Landlords

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Jesse B. Schneider of Davis & Gilbert writes: If attorneys were already hesitant to advise commercial landlord clients to exercise peaceable self-help, legislation enacted Sept. 26, 2016 by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio may have just ended any lasting uncertainly. But courts are still struggling with how and when to enforce the new statute.


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Originally appeared in print as Non-Residential Tenant Harassment Law Makes 'Self-Help' Eviction Even Riskier

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