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Re: confusion

Posted by Ace on May 04, 2001 at 16:52:39:

In Reply to: confusion posted by cabbagemoth on May 04, 2001 at 12:40:05:

If you have a sublease, then you are already a subtenant and cannot in turn sub-sublet the apartment to someone else.

Didn't you just put up a post talking about subletting your apartment to a relative?

Talk to the tenant you're subleasing from. That name would be on the sublease. The tenant of the apartment is your LL, and not the LL of hte building.

: My lease on my non-stabilized NYC apartment is actually a SUBLEASE. Does this mean that the the overtenant , (not actually the LL) who claims to own the apartment, is in fact renting it. How does one go about finding this out? If he is leasing the apartment, I want to make sure that I am not being overcharged for rent. Thanks for the help!


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