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Re: Rights as an occupant: 30-days

Posted by Link on December 21, 2000 at 19:14:11:

In Reply to: Rights as an occupant posted by Jim Guilshan on December 20, 2000 at 13:52:15:

: What are my rights as an occupant in an NYC apartment? I have lived there for 3+ years through 2 different leases with various leasees. The Con-Edison bill has been in my name for over a year, and the Time Warner bill is in my name (if that matters). I'm asking because the landlord is messing around with the guys who are supposed to be signing a new lease and threatening them with ripping up everything. He won't talk to me (not on the lease), but I'd like to know my rights -- if any...

In short, the right to have a 30-day written notice before being sued for eviction through Housing Court. Read up on NY Tenants section. Type"roommate" into search boxes whereever you see them and learn more.

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