If you need a good landlord/tenant attorney let me know and I can direct you to one.
But it seems to me, from a common-sense perspective, that a landlord can't just throw your belongings out without some legal permission from a court. There are strict legal requirements in New York when a Landlord and a Tenant have a dispute.
A good Landlord & Tenant Attorney is the best person to ask. I've also heard the clerks at Landlord & Tenant Court are helpful in explaining the legal processes to both Landlords and Tenants.
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Realtors are never allowed to dispense legal advice. But it is my understanding that no where in NYS can someone walk into your home and take your things. It's stealing.
Without a court order I don't believe a landlord can toss a tenants items. But again, that is a question for an attorney.