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The Bench Guide to Landlord & Tenant Disputes in New York (Third Edition)

Hon. Stephen L. Ukeiley

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ISBN 10: 0984043233 / ISBN 13: 9780984043231
Published by Hon. Stephen L. Ukeiley, 2017
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Title: The Bench Guide to Landlord & Tenant ...

Publisher: Hon. Stephen L. Ukeiley

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Perfect Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Third.

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The Bench Guide to Landlord & Tenant Disputes in New York (Third Edition) continues to inform and educate those who find themselves embroiled in the highly specific and technical field of Landlord and Tenant Law. The author is a sitting judge who has presided over more than 16,000 Landlord and Tenant cases to completion.
This book addresses the issues and topics frequently raised in Landlord and Tenant summary proceedings. The Third Edition is a complete reprint and contains hundreds of new and updated citations and statutory references, new defenses, additional predicate notice requirements, revamped appendices, and a whole lot more. Whether a practitioner, member of the Judiciary, law student, or a landlord or tenant, The Bench Guide to Landlord & Tenant Law Disputes in New York (Third Edition) is an informative, practical and useful resource.
The Bench Guide takes the reader through each stage of a Landlord & Tenant summary proceeding from inception through post-judgment applications and emergency stays. The topics include:
- Jurisdiction of the Court
- Types of Summary Proceedings
- Rent Control and Rent Stabilization
- Predicate Notices
- Proper and Necessary Parties
- The Notice of Petition and Petition
- Answers and Counterclaims
- Yellowstone Injunctions
- Service Issues
- Affirmative Defenses
- Social Services Law
- Stipulations of Settlement
- Hearings and Evidentiary Issues
- Courtroom Procedure and Protocol
- Stays, Injunctions and Emergency Relief
- Security Deposits
- Sample Forms and Judicial and Practitioner Checklists

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The Honorable Stephen L. Ukeiley is a Suffolk County (NY) District Court Judge. He has presided over in excess of 76,000 criminal and civil cases to completion.
Judge Ukeiley is also an adjunct professor of law at both the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, where he teaches Landlord & Tenant Law, and the New York Institute of Technology. He is a frequent lecturer and coordinator of continuing legal education seminars, and was named to the New York State Judicial Institute's Curriculum Advisory Committee for the City, District and Housing Courts.
Judge Ukeiley has had the honor of lecturing on numerous occasions before the State's Judiciary on Landlord & Tenant Law, and, in 2014, the Second Edition of this Book was distributed to every Town and Village Justice Court in New York.
Judge Ukeiley has received numerous awards and honors for exemplary service and commitment to the legal profession. He is also an active member of multiple Bar Associations, including the Suffolk County Bar Association where he co-Chairs the Landlord & Tenant Law Committee and authors a regular law column. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Suffolk County Women's Bar Association.
Judge Ukeiley is a former Principal Law Clerk to both a Federal Magistrate Judge and a New York State Court of Claims and Acting Supreme Court Justice. He earned his Juris Doctor from Hofstra Law School, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Hofstra Labor Law Journal, and his Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University.

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