Posted by Dawn on January 19, 2001 at 17:50:35:
In Reply to: Re: landlord doesn't want to refund deposit ...(more..) posted by Jim on January 17, 2001 at 23:10:54:
This person is bound by whatever rules and regulations the board committee of the co-op has. There is a website that could help:
Use their search engine and type in a keyword (I believe I used sublease deposit) it'll come up with several things that have these keywords appear. One section, the 1995 significant law changes, was the one where I found a little section on subleasing and fees but it was under a family relatives taking over a co-op apartment.
There were more recent ones for 1997. I didn't check beyond that. You may want to check it out.
I believe there are some more sites -- I found this one in particular by using the yahoo! engine and typing in "New York Cooperative" as the key word phase.
: I have a copy of the check he cashed which has a note that the check is for deposit for the apartment located at such and such address. This is not a sublet. This person simply owns an apartment in the coop buiding and subleases it. Thanks.
: : Do you have anything in writing? Any papertrail of some sort? I'm wondering if this is legal...for the owner of an apartment to take money from a sublet...or am i wrong, this was not a sublet and you were taking over ownership of the co-op?
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