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Re: What's t;he alowful rent increase a year?

Posted by me again on January 16, 2002 at 17:16:29:

In Reply to: What's t;he alowful rent increase a year? posted by Leni on January 16, 2002 at 16:48:02:

: My landlord threaten me that next lease-renew, he will rise my rent soo much that I won't be able to pay.
: Is that legal? If he wants me to go, can he just tell me to leave?
: Or, does he need to do it by raising my rent?

if you are not rent-stabilized/rent-controlled, he can raise it to whatever he wants to, and yes, it is legal.
as far as just 'telling' you to leave, no, he has to wait until your lease is about up and notify you that it is not being renewed, then you will have to leave. (again, asumes no rent-stabilization/control).
from your other post about the ll's noisy son, agree with dj, they've already told you that you aren't being renewed, and if the parties last till 3 AM, you should call the police every time it happens, make the ll's and his son's life as miserable as they'll make yours.

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