Are housing court records public?

Are housing court records public?

If your landlord sued you and the housing court issued a judgment against you, the judgment can show up on your credit report as a public record.

How do I find NYC Housing Court records?

You can make a request for court records directly to the Clerk of the Court or the County Clerk that has the records. Criminal records are available from the court system. Each records search costs $95.00.

How long does an eviction stay on your record in NY?

seven years Generally, an eviction report will remain part of your rental history for seven years. If you are in the process of applying for a lease, ask the landlord or leasing company to tell you the name of the tenant screening company they use.