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March 23, 2014
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

A New York Appellate Court recently found a local ordinance requiring an inspection and rental occupancy permit prior to occupancy of rental units unconstitutional. ATM One, LLC v. Incorporated Village of Hempstead. The Court determined that the ordinance exceeded the village's authority by conditioning an owner's ability to engage in the business of renting his or her own property on the owner's forced consent to forego constitutional rights.



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