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SMALL BUSINESS NEWS

17 Apr 2017

 

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NYC Small Business Jobs Survival Act

Small businesses in NYC could do themselves a huge favor and support an effort to protect themselves from their landlords.

A bill is making its way through the city council called the NYC Small Business Jobs Survival Act which will give small businesses protection from unfair practices by their landlords.

The bill will provide the following protections:

              Compel landlords to negotiate lease renewals

              The right to renew leases on a long term basis

              Fight unfair rate hikes

              Limit Security Deposit amounts

              End Rent gouging

              End landlord passing along their own cost to tenants

              Etc.

The bill was first introduced in 2014 but, still hans't been passed, even though there is majority in the city council for it.  Your push to support the bill could make it a reality.

Visit this webpage and sign the petition.  Contact your local city council member.

 

Sources:
INT0204-2014
Change.org
Artists Studio Affordability Project [ASAP]


By Bill Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  
 

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