The much-debated Good Cause Eviction laws are designed to allow landlords to evict tenants for reasonable cause. These laws exists in cities across New York including Newburgh, Kingston and Albany. They are intended to protect tenants from unlawful evictions, by defining specific criteria for an eviction, as well as placing caps on rent increases.
Newburgh’s is facing a legal challenge from the same attorney who filed against the Albany law
Newburgh’s law is facing a legal challenge after a lawsuit filed by a group of landlords trying to have the law overturned.