Local Law Compliance

Building-focused regulations aren’t going away anytime soon. In fact, the number of federal, state, and local laws around property operations are only growing.

Here are some answers we’ve compiled for your most critical compliance questions. For the latest updates in NYC Compliance, check out our NYC Blog.

NYC Local Law Compliance

Explore key compliance Q&As organized by NYC agency:

Administrative branch that regulates fire-safety related permits, equipment, certifications, and more, issuing violations for noncompliance.

Central NYC compliance agency that has jurisdiction over every structure within the five boroughs.

Enforces housing quality standards in residential properties across all five boroughs.

OATH (formerly ECB) is a judiciary tribunal that hosts hearings for other NYC agencies issuing administrative violations.

While the DOT isn’t property-focused, they do issue violations through OATH for safety-related infractions, in addition to Sidewalk Violations.

The DEP regulates building-related equipment to minimize environmental impacts.

The DEC is a New York State agency with jurisdiction over specific NYC properties and equipment, including petroleum bulk storage.

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