Posted by TenantNet on December 21, 2000 at 08:47:55:
In Reply to: Tenant Net - Wrong Again posted by Ken on December 21, 2000 at 08:03:09:
It's not a "should" situation. If there's no valid lease, the stabiilized tenancy is continued as is without any rent increase until such time that the owner offers a valid renewal lease.
There's no requirement that the lease be modified to "reaffirm" that which the tenant is already required to do by law. If so, you could embody the entire administrative code and penal code within the lease, but that's absurd.
Ken, the value you bring to the board is exceeded only by your argumentative posturing and trolling. This is your last warning.
: Landlord can (and should) offer a renewal lease on terms that comply with state law. The "exceptions" you mentioned allow a renewal lease to be modified to when required to comply with the law.
: Guess Tenant Net would rather argue over the semantics than to let tenants know the facts. Shows us that Tenant Net has an rather anti-tenant agenda.
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