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If you're a property manager who's required, by law, to use Certified Mail when sending certain types of tenant notices, you know – all too well – the hassles and complexity of preparing, tracking and managing Certified Mail. Each time you fill out a form, wait for receipt, or search file cabinets for old Green Cards, you wish for a better way.
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For legal protection, the USPS Return Receipt (Electronic) is the universally accepted, legal equivalent to the PS3811 Green Card. In addition, all of your Certified Mail records are stored in your account for ten years, making it easy to find, view, print and download them – whenever they may be needed.
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New York State’s Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 specifically mandates the use of Certified Mail to deliver notice to apartment lessees of the failure to receive rent:
If a lessor, or an agent of a lessor authorized to receive rent, fails to receive payment for rent within five days of the date specified in a lease agreement, such lessor or agent shall send the lessee, by Certified Mail, a written notice stating the failure to receive such rent payment. The failure of a lessor, or any agent of the lessor authorized to receive rent, to provide a lessee with a written notice of the non-payment of rent may be used as an affirmative defense by such lessee in an eviction proceeding based on the non-payment of rent. (Section 46.)
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