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

Posted by carlson on December 15, 2001 at 11:55:36:

In Reply to: Re: Time range for 'non-primary residency' to be established posted by Lilly on December 12, 2001 at 19:21:50:

> 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.

Thanks but I thought that 'non-primary residency' is not curable.

Does the law re: non-primary residency state in what period of time the violation of law (i.e., the condition of non-primary residency) has to have occurred relative to when a valid lawsuit based on it can be brought by a landlord?

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