Posted by Dawn on September 25, 2000 at 12:20:13:
In Reply to: Re: FOUND COPY OF THE ORIGINAL LEASE! posted by Kerry on September 22, 2000 at 08:18:01:
: What do you mean, just because he wants the place? Is he applying to take the apartment as owner occuppied? I also don't understand your subject line (Found copy of original lease) I would hope you would have your original lease in a safe place, or you the primary tenant on the lease or are you a sub-lease? There has to be a reason for not renewing the lease. Can you give us more information?
The exiting landlord informed me in passing that the new landlord was wanting my apartment, then added that the apartment was the "only one" that hadn't been renovated in a while. Going out of his way to impress upon me (or scare me into not speaking up and exercising my rights to a livable apartment) that the new landlord wanted to take the apartment. I merely calmly and almost nonchalantly responded to the exiting landlord that I dealt with the landlord before him, and him, and I will deal with the new landlord when the time comes.
The subject line appears the way it did because of a previous entry i made a couple of days before about misplacing my lease (seven years in the same place, acquiring stuff in the process tends to misplace things). I was worried about asking the landlord because the copy he gave me was NOT the right one (long story, read previous e-mails to catch up). I DID find the copy I was looking for and so I'm very relieved.
By the way, I am the sole tenant, not a sub-lease.
The new landlord has not made a peep about my place so until I have a repair or two to make (I can think of at least two!) we'll see what he deems as his right to take the apartment away from me.
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