How Much Can a Landlord Charge for a Security Deposit in New York?

This question is about New York Security Deposit Law

The maximum security deposit a landlord can charge in New York is the equivalent of 1 month’s rent. This limit applies to non-rent stabilized residential units for rent. Rent-controlled apartments and subsidized or federally assisted housing will have their own limits under their respective governing rules.

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