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Re: 30 Day Notice to Vacate

Posted by Elise Miller on June 11, 1996 at 14:33:56:

In Reply to: Re: 30 Day Notice to Vacate posted by TenantNet on June 09, 1996 at 01:07:23:

I did go to the police. I was told that the first act of my landlord 2 1/2 years was a crime and I should have come to them.
Also they took the latest harassments and took a look at the 30-day notice and letter my landlord had given me. They said that these were not legal notices as they do not have an agent of the court stamp or signature. Actually they are forms of harassment.

Went to DHCR and was told that in 2-family houses the landlord can do whatever he wants, he does not have to make repairs and he can charge whatever he can get. DHCR does not handle 2-family house matters.

Went to housing department they don't see you until you have been served with a notice for an eviction.

It looks like my landlord has not yet nor does not intend to file on me.

He wants to move in his girlfriends furniture to the basement should I allow this? Is it okay to stall him.

I don't want to tell him he has given me an invalid document as the more time I have the better for me. Is that okay to do?

: : I forgot to mention that I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York.

: Since you live in a two-family house you are not under any form of
: rent regulation, but it sounds like you have a sexual harassment and
: discrimination case. You may wish to speak to an attorney, to the
: police and also (I'm sure they exist) to an organization that could
: helpe with the harassment part of it. It's always difficult to prove,
: especially nnow since the landlord could claim you're just now
: raising the harassment claim to stave off possible eviction. Do you
: have any neighbors who could put you in touch with former tenants in
: case this is just one of several instances -- a pattern?
: As for the eviction, it appears you are a month-to-month tenant which
: does not give you a whole lot of rights, but he would still need to
: take you to court to evict you, and you might be able to tie that up
: for a month or two while you are looking for a new place. You also
: might wish to contact Brooklyn Legal Services.

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