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Re: Disabled/Non-renewal

Posted by New York Tenant on May 16, 2001 at 02:32:01:

In Reply to: Disabled/Non-renewal posted by JAM on May 15, 2001 at 22:14:17:

Unless you're willing to return to New York and hire an attorney, you won't be able to fight the landlord. Even if you did fight, it doesn't sound like your prospects of winning are very good.

You don't have to move until a judge orders you to move, but to avoid having a judgment entered against you for the landlord's attorneys' fees, you should move before the expiration date of your current lease -- not in 30 days.

You could ask the landlord to let the other person take over the apartment -- by signing a vacancy lease -- but the landlord doesn't have to accept this person as a tenant.

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