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Re: disposession notice

Posted by Israel on December 11, 1997 at 15:55:28:

In Reply to: disposession notice posted by Steve on December 10, 1997 at 14:31:53:

I first ask this, did the landlord allow the home business and is it on your lease? The landlord is harassing you and you should protect yourselves. Buy a recorder from Radio Shack and tape the calls (you can say you tape business calls), then hold on to these tapes until he sents you court papers. The landlord now can't send you court papers, because your late paying the rent. A non-payment disposses is just that, when you don't pay the rent, but You do. The finer points of the lease will be the deciding factor if you allow this to continue. Now I ask you a question: How many families (apartments) live in your building? If it's less than six families you are not rent stablized or rent controlled. You can be evicted after your lease expires. With every harassing request you receive, demand repairs to your apartment (something always broken) this should slow down the phone calls.

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