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Re: 30 days notice

Posted by Regina on August 28, 2000 at 17:12:22:

In Reply to: 30 days notice posted by Luby on August 28, 2000 at 09:47:44:

He has to give you a written 60-day notice by registered mail. Then, if you do not leave, he has to go to court to evict you, which will take another two months. Remember, he cannot just change the locks, then you can sue him for illegal eviction, even without a lease.

Just because you don't have a lease doesn't mean that he can just kick you out. Also, how did he find a buyer without your knowing about it? Was he going into your apartment without your knowledge? If he was, then he broke the law, even if you do not have a lease.

I am subletting a co-op in Queens (more than 50 units) some rent controlled, I do not have a lease. My landlird informed me that he is has a buyer for my unit. My question is does he have to give me a WRITTEN 30 day notice in addition to the telephone call?/

: Thanks for your help

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