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Re: Rent Increase Notice; Lack of Services (M to M; L.I)

Posted by richard on September 22, 1999 at 14:49:01:

In Reply to: Rent Increase Notice; Lack of Services (M to M; L.I) posted by Alan S. on September 20, 1999 at 23:32:05:

Well OK,
But i hope you learned your lesson...Never rent an apartment without a lease, and
never pay in cash....

UNLESS it is a $600 for a 3 bedroom apt.

Then you can put away a few $$$ in case the LL is a drug addict or a peeping tom
and you have to move quick!

Never pay FULL PRICE without FULL benefits


: Hi all concerned,
: I live in a Long Island (Nassau County) illegal apartment. Apt has
: no Certificate of Occupancy and the backyard "extension" of the
: dwelling (zoned "single family") where I reside within is not on
: the local tax rolls.
: I presume I am considered a "month to month" tenant with NO
: written lease and under NO specific rent laws.
: Can landlady raise my rent with only 15 days notice? Also heat is
: sometimes broken during cold and my outside entry paths are
: cluttered with junk cars and debris. Is it viable to report her to
: authorities when I move?

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