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Re: I don't think this question can be answered.

Posted by Mariel on September 10, 1997 at 23:52:38:

In Reply to: I don't think this question can be answered. posted by A.Truesdell on September 09, 1997 at 23:23:00:

: My father was the super of a 87 unit building in Queens. Three weeks ago, after 12 years of loyal service the landlord fires him with 2 days notice.He also starts to pressure him to vacate his apartment of 12 years.Does he have any legal right to stay while he looks for a new job or for that matter a new apartment? Does this type of eviction have to go through the same channels an eviction where there is a lease? Does the landlord have to wait until he is three months behind to start eviction procedings? If yo know the answer to any of these questions, please either post or mail me at Thanks.
The owner does have to go through court to evict. Your father will have to move when the court case is over but it will give him time. Maybe he can negotiate with the owner for more time than he would get if the case went to court in exchange for saving the owner some lawyer fees. But it can get complicated if your father wants to use this person as a reference for future employment.

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