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Move-out fee legal?

Posted by S. Peters on April 30, 2001 at 21:55:04:

I have lived in my rent-stabilized NYC apt. for 25 years. A few years ago the building was converted to a co-op.

The building manager issued a notice that a non-refundable $200 move-out fee will now be assessed on all tenants. Also, a $350 refundable deposit and certificate of proof of insurance has to be given to the manager for all furniture deliveries.

These are new rules which were not in effect when I moved in. Do I have to abide by them?

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