NYC Lease Renewal Form - EPTA Form RTP-8
This NYC Lease Renewal Form allows landlords to renew a lease with tenants that are enrolled within The Emergency Protection Act.
Document Last Modified: 10/5/2018
This document is for renewal of a lease under the rules of the Emergency Tenant Protection Regulations. Although this form appears simplistic, owners and tenants should be careful reading instruction prior to filling out or signing this document. Also, it is imperative that this document be made available in Spanish upon request of the tenant.
There are instructions listed on the reverse side of the document that ensure that the landlord and tenant are aware of their rights. This document must follow the same stipulations in the lease that is expiring. If the landlord chooses to include further terms or to their original lease agreement, it must be signed by both parties and attached to the ETPA Renewal Lease Form.
The document is split into two parts. Part A is for the owner; it contains all the additional options the landlord can incorporate. Part B is for the tenant. The tenant must check the options he or she chooses, then fill out that section. From there, the tenant must sign and date the bottom. If both parties reach mutual agreement, then one copy of the signed ETPA Lease Renewal Form returned to the owner by certified mail within 60 days of receipt.
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