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Re: Park Avenue and grandmother and succession

Posted by   on December 30, 2000 at 07:23:06:

In Reply to: Re: park ave and grandmother and succession posted by TenantNet on December 29, 2000 at 21:11:32:

TenantNet is wrong. First, grand-daughter and grandson are not considered family members for purposes of succession. Second, if the would-be successor (NOT the tenant) is disabled or is 62 years old or older, then the time would be cut to one year.

DHCR Fact Sheet #30 - Succession:

: uh.... if the "aged grandmother" is above 62, it's one year.

: : Ya gotta live in the apartment with her at minimum 2 years as your primary residence -must have everything registered there-tax returns, drivers license, voter registration, etc etc. You can't run between your grandmothers apartment and the home you live in with your family. Won't work. Bet on the landlord hiring a private investigator to thoroughly check you out. The only way you can be sure of getting this apartment as per succession rights is to move your family in there with your grandmother for at least 2 years.

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