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Re: Can the brother-in-law stay?

Posted by LMR on May 14, 1999 at 13:26:35:

In Reply to: Can the brother-in-law stay? posted by Ann on May 06, 1999 at 12:26:47:

You seem to be in a succession rights situation: Succession rights may be granted to Brothers, but not necessarily the "in-law". And, succession can only be passed once, so if it went from you, to your husband, then it cant go further to your brother-in-law, because it already passed once. Sorry!
Also, when you moved to NJ, you may have forfeited your rights, because under rent-stabilized law, your rent-stabilzed apartment must be your primary residence. If your residing in NJ, then the NYC apartment is no longer your primary residence, so right there your lost it.

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