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Re: subletting my rent stabilized apt question

Posted by JJ on June 28, 1999 at 14:03:58:

In Reply to: subletting my rent stabilized apt question posted by jane on June 27, 1999 at 21:02:22:

: Huh? I'm in the middle of a 1-year lease. Can I still write up a 2-year sublease that extends beyond the date my current renewal lease expires?

Yes, you can. No one gets a rent-stab lease for longer than 2 years anymore (used to be 3 years). PS: When you sublet, you become the landlord to your subtenant: have a lawyer review the papers.

You still need to ask for your landlord's permission, which another law says cannot unreasonably be withhheld. Have you read the info on TenantNet Home re subletting?

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