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Re: unwanted "subletter"

Posted by Richard on August 18, 1999 at 20:08:06:

In Reply to: unwanted posted by m. on August 18, 1999 at 14:48:14:

I dont get it.... Were you trying to make a profit on your rent
stabilized apartment?

Shame on you!

If I made a mistake please enlighten us as to why you wanted to have 2 said the old one was crummy

You'd better really look for a new place because if the LL finds
out....EVICTION... BABY!

: i have the lease on a rent-stabilized apartment.
: i arranged to have a friend move into my room (the other room is occupied by a non-lease-holder who is
: long-term, no-hassle roommate)while i moved into another (nicer) apartment. that apartment fell through, and i want to move back into the apartment i hold the lease on.
: she has occupied the room for one week-- the day she moved in, august 1st, i told her i needed to move back in and asked that she move out by september 1st.
: she is resisting me verbally-- not threatening legal action, but i am afraid she will simply try to stay in the apartmentand refuse to leave. \
: is asking her to leave within my rights as a leaseholder-- and does she have any rights?
: is she a squatter? what does that mean legally? i think i'm being generous, considering the fact that she never gave me a deposit and we have nothing on paper.

: i am trying to be informed in case she tries anything...

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