Posted by Michael on June 14, 2001 at 13:34:44:
In Reply to: Depends on the situation... posted by MikeW on June 14, 2001 at 12:14:59:
Unfortunately I am not the tenant, but the possible sublessee. The tenants are moving to Seattle (from NYC) and are not sure if they are going to move back to NYC or not, but they MAY, and I do not know how to demonstrate this. Furthermore, I do not know whether or not there is a penalty if the tenants say that they may move back, but never do.
: Why is the tenant (you?) going to sublet? Let's say it's a temporary work transfer (Ie. your employer is sending you to Europe for a year). You could probably get a letter from your employer stating such, and that you will be returned to your original job after the year. Maybe, you're a musician/performer going on tour, you could get a letter from the promoter/manager/whoever.
: : In order for a prime tenant to sublet a rent stabilized apt. the prime tenant must demonstate that their absence will be temporary and that they intend to return. How does one go about proving that the "absence will be temporary" and that there is "intent to return"?
: : Any responses would be much appreciated. Thank you in acvance.
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