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Re: Time range for 'non-primary residency' to be established

Posted by Lilly on December 12, 2001 at 19:21:50:

In Reply to: Time range for 'non-primary residency' to be established posted by Carlson on December 12, 2001 at 17:25:38:

No. If you have maintained the apartment as your primary residence for the past year (181 days of the preceding calender year) then you have "cured" what has not yet been filed. If you've been away during the precedding 12 months, then it's too late. 1998, no way.

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