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Re: Notice to cure-Noise Nuisance HELP

Posted by Janis on March 20, 2000 at 19:25:38:

In Reply to: Notice to cure-Noise Nuisance HELP posted by Freddy on March 15, 2000 at 23:02:20:

: I've been living in a rent-stablized apartment that was over a bakery when i moved in. 18 months ago a bar took over the space. The management and the bar owner assured me that it was going to be a nice quiet operation. Well, from the minute they opened the music was a problem. i complained repeatedly to the landlord, tried to get a DEP violation, called the police, etc. and I kept a log of conversations, but I never wrote a letter to the landlord documenting the problem.

: About 6 weeks ago, after being sleep deprived for two weeks, I snapped, and created quite a ruckus in my apartment for about five days that was disruptive. It was effective, and the bar has kept the music down. However, two weeks later I got a "notice to cure" from the landlord.

: I answered the notice with a letter that I had stopped. However, the landlord is proceeding with the "notice of termination" alleging that I haven't stopped but it is false. They've also refused my rent.

: Anyway, my question is, how great is the danger of eviction and should I hire a lawyer. I would like to move, but this is NYC and I can't necessarily just go anywhere.

: Thank you in advance

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