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Re: Succession Rights

Posted by William Porto on November 18, 1997 at 23:25:25:

In Reply to: Re: Succession Rights posted by TenantNet on November 18, 1997 at 08:56:02:

: See the succession regs on the web site. RC tenants do not have leases;
: they are statutory. (unless there was an original lease 30 years ago).
: Also RC units do not come up for "renewal." Maybe you are confusing it
: with Rent Stabilization which does have a lease and is renewsed periodically.
: If you are immediate family and have lived there two years prior to the
: named tenant's leaving or passing (one year if the tenant was disabled or
: over 62), then you should have succession rights, and should only
: be subject to normal renewal increases. Don't accept any vacancy increases.

You're right! I have a rent stabilized apartment. Thanks!

Now I'm waiting for my landlord to get back to me on the letter and fax that I sent him in reference to this.

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