Posted by MikeW on December 27, 2000 at 11:37:35:
In Reply to: Lease Renewal posted by Jerry on December 27, 2000 at 11:32:13:
If you are regulated the LL must offer to renew your lease, for either a 1 or 2 year term (your choice). If you unregulated, the LL can do whatever they want.
There is a database of regulated building somewhere on this site. The DHRC (I believe) also has the 'official' database on their site. This link to that should be in here somewhere.
: I have been living in the same apartment for 6 years. I have been renewing my lease every two years. Recently, my lease expired and I expected it to be renewed, as usual, for another two years. My landlord told me it was no longer a policy of their's to give out leases. Is this legal? I finally got him to give me a lease but it's only for one year instead of the two I would have preferred. My understanding is that it is at the discretion of the tenant whether or not to renew a lease, and if that lease has always been, from the start, a two year lease, than the landlord is obliged to renew the lease for that term if the tenant so desires. Am I right? What can I do about it if I am? I live in Queens, NYC. I don't know if I am rent stabilized or controlled. How do I find out?
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