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Bedbug Disclosure Law Comes To New York

Landlords are now required to disclose in writing as to whether bedbug have been reported to exist in one of their apartments or elsewhere in the building. The form is to be presented to the tenant together with the proposed lease. The objective of the law is to give tenants the right to back out prior to committing to a lease. This article from The Wall Street Journal explains further details on this new disclosure requirement. Read more

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