New York Consolidated Laws, Real Property Law - RPP § 220. Action for use and occupation
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The landlord may recover a reasonable compensation for the use and occupation of real property, by any person, under an agreement, not made by deed; and a parol lease or other agreement may be used as evidence of the amount to which he is entitled.
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