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Re: succession of grandmothers rent stablized apt

Posted by TenantNet on February 22, 1998 at 09:51:17:

In Reply to: succession of grandmothers rent stablized apt posted by suzanne on February 21, 1998 at 21:49:17:

: I've resided with my grandmother for 20 months.I have proof of residency.
: My grandmother has returned renewal lease eith a letter stating her intention not to renew and advising the agt that I would be succeeding
: in renewing the lease. The documents were mailed the first wk of Jan '98
: The lease expires 31mar98. No word so far from agt.
: What's your advice?
: Thanks in advance for your response.

You generally need 24 months unless she's over 62. See the succession
regs on the web site (they're not updated but I don't think the changes
apply here). I would consult a lawyer (and the DHCR regs) as her refusing
to sign a renewal lease might waive your rights to succession. In essence,
you would be asserting your rights to succeed to the same string of
leases, so breaking that might be problematic.Be careful. The owner
will probably ignore you as they will want to intimidate and discourage
you, and they might even challenge it. Again, check the regs and see
a lawyer -- these things can get complicated.

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