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Tenants are being subjected to controversial 'nonrent fees'

Imagine you recently moved in to a new apartment on your own. It's your first time living by yourself, and you really like the place. Over the next few months, you get accustomed to the layout and your expenses begin to stabilize. Paying rent, utilities and other bills becomes routine.

Landlord-tenant disputes: online reviews could spark litigation

Disputes between landlords and their tenants are as old as time (well, at least it feels that way). Two major factors that can cause these dipsutes are rent issues (either nonpayment by the tenant or the alteration of rent by a landlord) and the general conditions of the real estate the tenant occupies (and the landlord is responsible for).

Many tenants have security deposit issues with their landlords

New York residents are all too familiar with the expensive nature of moving to a new apartment. While the physical cost of moving (hiring a company, using gas, renting trucks, buying new furniture) is high enough, we are talking about the massive payments a new tenant must make to secure a new apartment: first and last month's rent, plus a security deposit, are common requests made by landlords.

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