Posted by Erika on February 06, 2000 at 15:43:31:
In Reply to: Re: Can landord kick us out? posted by JJ on February 06, 2000 at 15:30:41:
He's not actually our landlord, he's the owner of the building. We live on the first floor and the management office is already in the building on the basement level. The space will be used for commercial, not personal use (he wants to use our apartment to expand his office). We've just renewed our lease but are concerned he may not sign it. What can he legally do?
: : We have a one year lease on a rent stabilized apartment in New York City. Our management company has expressed an interest in taking over our apartment for their own commercial use. Do they have any legal right to evict us or are we protected by our lease agreement?
: own commercial use: NO.
: for your landlord to take your apt for his own use, first: your landlord has to be a person, not a business. second: it is for residency use, not commercial.
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