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Re: subletting my rent stabilized apt question

Posted by jane on June 29, 1999 at 19:25:05:

In Reply to: Re: subletting my rent stabilized apt question posted by JJ on June 28, 1999 at 14:03:58:


Yes, I've read the info on this website, it has been very helpful. It was the duration of the sub-lease that I wasn't sure about. If I understand it correctly, I can't be subletting for more than 2 years out of a four-year period. So I can sublet for up to two years despite when my current lease ends.

Thanks so much,


: : 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

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