New York is notoriously tough on landlords. The states landlord-tenant laws are a confusing jumble that favor renters. And of the over three million residential rental units in New York State, nearly half are subject to complicated rent regulation laws, complete with tricky formulas for determining the monthly rent. Botching these calculations can lead to rent overcharge complaints, rent reduction orders and even triple damages against landlords who arent careful.The New York Landlords Law Book explains New York landlord-tenant law in comprehensive, understandable terms, and gives landlords the tools they need to head off problems with tenants and government agencies alike. Packed with practical advice, the book covers the basics such as choosing good tenants, preparing leases, hiring supers and resident managers, collecting overdue rent, making repairs and terminating problem tenants. In addition, The New York Landlords Law Book provides "nuts and bolts advice" on how to comply with the latest laws on rent stabilization and rent control, fair housing, security deposits, required services, roommates and sublets, tenants, privacy, pets, environmental hazards such as lead and much more.Hallenborg, Mary Ann is the author of 'New York Landlord's Law Book', published 2003 under ISBN 9780873379274 and ISBN 0873379276.