Posted by link on May 20, 2001 at 18:02:15:
In Reply to: tenant eviction for family member posted by bill on May 20, 2001 at 17:09:37:
: I was told that in a rent stabilized building, the owner can evict a tenant from an apartment to move a family member in.
: If this is true:
: Is there any way for the tenant being evicted to verify that it is actually the owner's relative moving into the apartment and not an unrelated tenant?
: What is the minimum amount of time the owner's family member must reside in the apartment before it can be rented out to a tenant not related?
: How can the evicted tenant verify that the owner's family member has been living in the apartment for the minimum amount of time required? And if they haven't, can the evicted tenant take legal action against the owner?
if you're NYC stabilized or controlled only:
1. type "owner occupancy" (hold the quotes) here and on tenant.net and in NYC Housing Court
2. goto: tenant.net
click on NY Tenant Info
click on Rent Stabilization/Control
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