Posted by John on December 20, 2000 at 13:15:44:
In Reply to: PROOF posted by HOLLY on December 20, 2000 at 11:16:20:
Public records, phone books, forwarding addresses, It's their case to prove someone on the lease doesn't live there anymore. Plus if you moved in with your furniture and the leasee moved out with their furniture, the managing agent can report that to the landlord and get you out...
That's why apartments in NYC is hard to get. Subleases and assignments keep the current people on the lease and new people paying for a sublease.
: IF YOU ARE STAYING IN AN APT AND THE PERSON ON THE LEASE IS NOT STAYING THERE, RENT STABILIZED IN NEW YORK, AND YOUR NOT ON THE LEASE. HOW CAN MANAGEMENT OR LANDLORD PROVE THAT THE PERSON ON THE LEASE IS NOT LIVING THERE.
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