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Re: Re 90-150 day "window" for lease renewal

Posted by me on July 30, 2001 at 23:51:50:

In Reply to: Re 90-150 day posted by Tim H. on July 30, 2001 at 12:02:36:

: A quick question: What happens if, in a rent-stablized situation, the landlord neither offers a lease renewal nor a notice of eviction for owner occupancy in the legally-required window period of 90-150 days before the end of the tenant's lease?

What happens is that he is breaking the law.

You should have gotten a renewal lease 90 days (it used to be 120) before expiration of lease. If he gives you the renewal lease past that deadline, the starting date of the lease must be adjusted forward.
If he gives you any trouble on any of the above, complain to the DHCR--failure to furnish a proper lease.

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