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Re: Succession rights

Posted by richard on July 20, 2000 at 21:30:45:

In Reply to: Succession rights posted by Frank Kwiat on July 20, 2000 at 19:16:46:

You have no rights other then a 30 day notice to move...

The landlord is the boss.its his house, if and when you ever save money to buy your own place, you can have tenants just like yourselves move in, and pay less then the market rent, and have them sue you to estabilsh tenancy rights..and FORCE YOU to live in the same house with people you hate....

Then when the tenant witholds the rent because you dont have the money to do repairs, then you have to spend money to hire a lawyer to evict the tenant, and when the kids need braces, or need money for after school activities, you are going to be sitting there with tenants who you cant get rid of and who pay $300 400 500 less then the neighbors are charging.....

Morale of the story BAD tenants = Bad landlords


Can anyone advise as to which city or state agency has jurisdiction over buildings containing less than six units? I am seeking to establish succession rights to our tenancy. We do not have a lease, nor does the landlord propose to give us one. The landlords seek to evict us so that they may become even greedier. Please help...

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