Posted by Ken on December 20, 2000 at 20:15:18:
In Reply to: PROOF PART II posted by HOLLY on December 20, 2000 at 13:56:16:
Rent stabilization laws are intended to only protect primary tenants who are residents of New York City. There are many ways that it can be shown that someone does NOT live in your apartment; in extreme instances, landlords have hired dectives to track down exactly where a primary detective lives and report these findings to a judge.
Yes there are various subterfuges you can use that might prolong your stay. I guess it mostly depends on how much the LL wants to recover the apartment. But in any case, realize that you are on rather precarious ground, legally speaking. I urge you to legitimize your residence at the apartment, or if that is not possible, to seek alternate housing with a lease in your name.
: WHO IS TO SAY THAT I JUST DONT COME AROUND EVERY DAY AND WHAT IF THEY UTILITIES ARE STILL IN THE PERSON WHO IS ON THE LEASE'S NAME?
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