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landlord bankrupt

Posted by Marla on September 12, 1998 at 03:10:33:

I am presently subleasing an office in Manhattan. The office I sublease is from a doctor who rents a suite from management who preside in the building. On May 1, 1998, I signed a 6 month lease with a written statement that I could continue renting the space until 2002 at a fixed annual increase. In August, the doctor I was subleasing from told me he was declaring bankruptcy and that I would have to leave by mid-September. He got an eviction notice a few weeks ago. I would like to know if I have any rights to continue renting my office - directly from the building management and if so, how do I officially proceed. Also, if I don't have rights to stay, how soon do I need to leave? If you know of other websites or telephone numbers where I could get additional information, please let me know. Thank you, in advance, for your help. Marla Cohen

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