This guide is a resource for local stakeholders to start the process of merchant organizing and potentially form a formal merchants association to bring additional resources to commercial corridors in New York City.
Outreach infographic about how to respond to a summons at OATH.
Step 1: Check Your Hearing Date
Step 2: Decide How You Want to Respond: Admit and Pay, Cure or Settle, or Fight Summons at Hearing
Step 3: Prepare for Your Hearing
STEP 4: Appear On or Before Your Hearing Date
As per Local Law 123/2019, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 110, these materials are published by the New York City Department of Veterans' Services to assist student veterans with resources and guidance with respect to pursuing higher education in New York City.
This Ready New York workbook and hurricane guide will help New Yorkers create an emergency plan. It guides users through establishing a support network, capturing vital health information, evacuation planning, gathering emergency supplies and includes a map of NYC hurricane evacuation zones.
In February 2021, the Chief Privacy Officer (“CPO”) released revised privacy protection policies and protocols for New York City (“CPO Policies”). The CPO, who heads Mayor’s Office of Information Privacy (“MOIP”), first issued the CPO Policies in January 2019.
Brokers, real estate agents, and owners cannot treat current or prospective tenants differently or refuse to rent to them because they receive subsidies or vouchers. This FAQ factsheet will help brokers meet your obligations as a real estate agent.
This Ready New York workbook will help New Yorkers, especially those with disabilities and access and functional needs, create an emergency plan. It guides users through establishing a support network, capturing vital health information, evacuation planning and gathering emergency supplies.
HPD Anti- Harassment laws prohibit building owners from illegally forcing tenants to leave their apartments or surrender their rights through unjustified eviction notices or illegal lockouts. HPD provides information on seeking legal help and low-income tenants are eligible for free legal services.
Consumers may request at any time that a debt collector stop communicating with them permanently about a debt or alleged debt. If you are facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis, you can request that debt collection agencies stop contacting you temporarily about the debt.