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Re: month to month lease- rent increase

Posted by richard on March 08, 2000 at 15:47:25:

In Reply to: month to month lease- rent increase posted by carolyn on March 08, 2000 at 12:54:17:

YES the landlord has a right to raise the rent twice in a year and at any rate he wants to..... all he has to give you is 30 days from the time you normally pay rent....

Yes the landlord has to give you 30 days notice for the increase OR MOVE OUT!

So when are you moving March 31st?

If you hold over past that will be liable for HIS court costs and will be charged the NEW rent.

Next time you will know better then to rent without a lease.


: Hi! I live on Brooklyn NY. I live in a 2 apartment house over a store,owned by my landlord. I have a month to month lease. Can my landlord raise my rent twice in one year? By law, is there a certain percentage a landlord can raise you? if I decide not to pay the increase does my landlord have to give me adequate time to find another place?
: Thank You

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