A coalition of landlords and building owners have filed a federal lawsuit, against New York City and a New York State official, seeking to strike down the state’s rent control laws, including a series of changes approved by the Legislature in June intended to boost tenant protections.

The groups claimed in the suit filed late Monday that the state’s Rent Stabilization Laws, and the city’s actions enforcing them, violate their due process rights and an unconstitutional taking of property.

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