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Re: Unreasonable increase in 19 day notice.

Posted by TenantNet on July 04, 1998 at 08:48:42:

In Reply to: Re: Unreasonable increase in 19 day notice. posted by Richard on July 03, 1998 at 17:09:47:

: thank you for your response. Any & every information is helpful.

You indicated you were month-to-month, so apparently you are not rent
stabilized, but if you are in NYS, you could, if the unit is pre-74 and
six units or more, seek a status determination of regulatory status. ALthough
the person who responded to you had some good ideas (and a few bad ones,
such as Tenants and Neighbors -- where you get no help), he got much of it
wrong. You were not talking about conditions or services -- which is
independent of rent level. Yes, they need a 30-day notice, and you could
probably get an adjournment or two until Sept. 1. Be a little careful
about countersuing as it appears all you want to do is get some time --
you might get that by negotiating, or playing him with some promises
that you are looking for the money. There's no need to start a war,
just focus on the issue.

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