New York, NY asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Rights, Communications Law and Constitutional Law for New York

Q: is it my US legal right to be allowed to choose how communications (printed hardcopies vs online)are sent to me by NYCHA

I'm being forced to create an online account but i don't want an online "presence". I want to continuing receiving communications (statements, lease renewals, etc) by U.S. 1st class mail to keep all documentation in a physical file, not on a computer( i want a keep a physical paper trail).

Thank you

1 Lawyer Answer
Elaine Shay
Elaine Shay
  • New York, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: Are you referring to NYCHA's NextGen Online Certification Program? If so, you can inform your property manager that you are opting out of taking advantage of the new option for online recertification and requesst a traditional paper packet

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