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Posted by Provost on July 14, 2001 at 20:51:17:

In Reply to: Can a person be evicted from a rent stabalized apt.? posted by gettingtherunaround on July 14, 2001 at 20:31:17:

Yes, people get evicted from rent-stabilized apartments, and nonpayment of rent is an obvious reason for eviction.

However realize that the landlord can be as choosy as he wants to in selecting tenants. Since the rent is probably below market, there are lots of applicants, so he can take every precaution before renting.

: I was told that I need a guarantor today even though I make 50X monthly rent because conceivably I could owe more unlimited rent to them if I don't pay rent and don't move out because I couldn't be evicted. Is that true? Is it impossible (literally) to evict somebody from a rent stabalized apt.?

: Thanks

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