Posted by TenantNet on February 06, 2000 at 18:29:50:
In Reply to: Re: Can landord kick us out? YES posted by richard on February 06, 2000 at 18:13:44:
Richard, you beat up and denegrate people, then give out completely stupid advice (not just wrong, but stupid). Do we neeed to put up a banner telling people to ignore you?
A tenant is entitled to a renewal if it's a RS unit, except in specific cases.
PERSONAL USE by LL, not corporate use. Commercial use might violate zoning and the existing Certificate of Occupancy. Temporary Exemption (i.e., for a super) is a completely different issue and can't be used to evict current tenants.
: YES they can evict you and use it commercially....under a few conditions
: That the apartment is absolutly necesary to maintain their business...and not just for convienence
: If the management company had an their ONLY office in the building, that was destoryed by fire or flood, that would be a business necessity, but to open a new office because its conveient no way can they do it......
: Also if they hired a new super and there is/was no super on the premesis and they wanted to give your apartment to the super..and file an exempt registration... they could have a case.... but also they would have to do it for 3 years or you could sue them for later for an Illegal Eviction...
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