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Here you are month to month tenants in NY if the lease expired.You are entitled to at least 30 days written notice from the landlord.If there is a new landlord it runs from when you are noticed.Honestly I would at least look for alternatives.It is possible the new owner may want to live there or otherwise give you notice.
You don't need to panic but keep your options open here, look around, see if they sell it.see what new owner wants to do.You have at least 30 days since no notice has been given here as a month to month tenant.
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Yes 30 days once written notice is given here.A verbal lease is not recognized here in NY. It has to be in writing and signed by the parties to be legal and recognized.Sorry please don't shoot the messenger.Thanks again.
Here in the area of the sale or leasing of real estate, New York’s Statute of Frauds is set forth in GOL section 5-703 which provides that all conveyances of real property and leases longer than one year in duration must be in writing.
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I understand. Wish you the best here, maybe new landlord will lease to you.
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