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It had not been answered before....Check again

Posted by Kimmy on January 09, 2001 at 10:28:52:

In Reply to: ASKED AND ANSWERED posted by   on January 09, 2001 at 09:38:59:

Listen, I really do not need an obnoxious reply. I really think you have a problem here, I am asking a real question, and if you check the board from my previous question you see an answer was NOT GIVEN. Just throwing a bunch of links on a reply has nothing to do with actually answering the question. I can easily throw a bunch of links up and say "hey there, here is the answer to your question." This was a totally different question. I had another question that was answered quite nicely, but this is a totally different question that had not been answered.

And instead of me wasting hours and hours to sift through all the links that was given in hopes of trying to find a specific answer to a specific question, I am asking a direct question to the board in hopes that someone else knows the answer alot more quickly than I would.

I dont see how this would annoy you enough to take time out of your schedule to write a caustic reply.

Thanks to all that helped.

: How many times are you going to ask this question?

: You were given an answer that gave a link to the Rent Guidelines Board website, which gave DHCR as the source of its information. What more do you need?


: :
: : I received such great help from the people here and I want to pose one last question. My sister just got her renewal lease, on the lease there are two people (her and her boyfriend). Her boyfriend is moving out and she just wants to renew the lease just in her name. Anyway, she is worried that the landlord won't renew just to her only because the only way they were able to get the apartment was through a combination of both her and her boyfriend's income. Does the landlord have any right NOT to renew her the lease to just her? This is a rent-stabilized apt in NYC.

: : PS. I have been giving her money to pay the rent every month and will continue to do so until she finishes grad school, does that make any difference if the landlord knows that she will be getting steady stream of funds. The landlord is a jerk, if he has any recourse or any possibility of kicking anyone out and raising the rent, he will do it.

: : Just want to cover all bases, I don't want my sister w/o an apartment in this tight market.

: : Thanks alot!

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