Assuming you are an adult you have no right to move into your mother's apartment. You would need her consent.
Assuming you mean house or apartment rentals, here's a site where you can start: http://cohoes.ny.house.info/
There is alot of animals you can have in your apartment, such as a bird, a dog, a cat, fishes and even reptiles. But i believe that Dogs and Cats are the most popular pets.
Assuming a contractual agreement, a contract is void ab initio if it is a breach of law and public policy in the first place. In the case it isn't, it can become void where there is a breach of contract.
Assuming you keep applying a constant force, it will accelerate indefinitely up to the speed of light
Assuming that you own the buildings, and the landlord owns the land beneath the buildings, the answer is yes, if the lease agreement allows it. Check your agreement for conditions where a landlord can force you off his land.
No, only the owner of the property would be able to break the agreement assuming the landlord had valid reason(s) for taking the action.
Firstly, it depends on what your landlord will tolerate. Four should be fine. Five will likely be tolerated, assuming it is two adults and three children. More than five and you're inviting trouble. If the landlord does not impose a limit, your local government will surely have a maximum that it considers safe. Best to talk to your landlord and come to an agreement.
Assuming that the "monies from the past" were used to support the child: yes, with the court's agreement.
Assuming you're working and your credit is decent, there should be no problem. Your record should be clear.
Assuming that you're playing FireRed or LeafGreen, you actually have to give them tea, which you get from an old lady at the Cerulean City apartment building.
Yes, renting apartments is a profitable business, assuming you have the money to invest in the purchase and upkeep of the apartments.