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Re: Brooklyn landlord wants to raise my rent 50%

Posted by Renee on February 13, 2001 at 05:19:53:

In Reply to: Brooklyn landlord wants to raise my rent 50% posted by Alan Stephenson on February 12, 2001 at 14:59:58:

When I read your post - all I could think is that this guy is going to screw up his credit BIGTIME. Are you playing some game? Unfortunately, if you are not in a rent stabilized building - this is allowed. You should pay or find a place that you can afford. Once it hits the court - what kind of apartment will you find after you have been evicted for non-payment with a money judgment on your record? Not paying the full amount constitutes non-payment. If you like the place, why don't you ask for a two year lease so that your rent cannot be increased for the next 2 years?

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