I live in one unit of a two-family home and rent the other unit to a tenant. Since part of the house is owner-occupied, do I file for a Certificate of Occupancy or use the exemption form?

You must use the Housing Rental License (Certificate of Occupancy) application form because part of the home is tenant occupied.

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1. I live in one unit of a two-family home and rent the other unit to a tenant. Since part of the house is owner-occupied, do I file for a Certificate of Occupancy or use the exemption form?
2. I received a Certificate of Occupancy application form for my two-family home but I don’t have any renters. I live in one unit and the other unit is vacant. I have no plans to rent out either unit.
3. Why did I get a Certificate of Occupancy application form again? I filled out a form last year.
4. What services are available for landlords?
5. Where can I get a Housing Rental License (Certificate of Occupancy) for my property?
6. I want to rent my property. What do I need to do?