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Re: Succession Rights

Posted by TenantNet on December 05, 1997 at 21:44:52:

In Reply to: Re: Succession Rights posted by William Porto on December 05, 1997 at 21:29:29:

: : 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

: My landlord now wants me to send him a notarized letter signed by my father and myself stating that he no longer lives in my apartment. Am I required to send this to him? Is there any harm in doing so?

Anything you give the landlord in writing can be used against you in
court, so be careful what you say. However, you won't get succession
rights unless you ask.

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