• Victor Feraru

BREAKING UP IN NEW YORK: THE ROOMMATE HOLDOVER CONUNDRUM

By: Victor M. Feraru, Esq.




Romantic break-ups are hard enough.  At a minimum they are mentally draining.  The most mature and amicable break-ups are the kind you walk away from, each party going his/her own way.   However, some breakups are not that simple. 


Imagine: after breaking up your ex adds insult to the breakup injury. Even though you and your ex have split ways romantically, he/she is not willing to leave your home.

You are the prime tenant because you are renting directly from a landlord.  Your ex was just living with you.  So, his/her agreement is with you, not your landlord. 

What, now, do you do?


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