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Re: Non-Primary Residence N.Y. State

Posted by SANTA on August 28, 1998 at 22:55:34:

In Reply to: Re: Non-Primary Residence N.Y. State posted by Robert Bell on August 28, 1998 at 21:13:31:


: : TALK TO THE SUPER AND TELL HIM THE MESS HE GOT YOU INTO.
: : THEN SEE WHAT HE DOES FOR YOU. IF NOTHING, THEN ALERT MANAGEMENT OF THE ENTIRE SITUATION !!!!

: : CONTACT MARK GREEN IN NYC OMBUDSMAN OFFICE

: : MAKE SURE IF THE SUPER DOES NOTHING THAT YOU ALERT MANAGEMENT VIA CERTIFIED MAIL OF THE " ENTIRE CONVERSATION" YOU HAD WITH SUPER. BUT FIRST GIVE THE
: : SUPER A CHANCE TO FIX THIS PROBLEM BUT MAKE SURE HE UNDERSTANDS, VERY CLEARLY, THAT IF HE DOES NOT FIX THIS PROBLEM THAT YOU WILL BE FORCED TO ALERT MANAGEMENT.
: : YOU MUST MOVE FAST ON THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GIVE SUPER " AN OFFER HE CANNOT REFUSE".

: : GOOD LUCK

: To SANTA -- This is outside NYC and sunject ETPA. Unfortunately no action taken by Jane was to call the management a few days after the lease was signed and the management clerk said: "Oh you could have signed and had your father guarantee lease but now it is too late to put the lease in your name. Notice and Petition for eviction came a few months later. Seems like a set-up. Jane is seeking remedy. Robert Bell


THAT WAS A PURE BLOODED " SET UP" FOR SURE !!!!!

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