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Re: Rent Stabilized Lease Renewal - New Lease Not Received

Posted by TenantNet on December 25, 1998 at 18:56:38:

In Reply to: Re: Rent Stabilized Lease Renewal - New Lease Not Received posted by Lawyers and Landlords what's the difference on December 10, 1998 at 17:45:14:

: Call DHCR and file a failure to renew lease form. It goes to mediation and
: the landlord has 14 days to respond. If he refuses to give you the signed
: lease renewal it enters the waiting stage currently two years. During that
: time period you don't have to pay the rent increase, just keep paying your
: old rent. If the landlord bothers you file harrasment charges and threaten to
: put put him in jail for two years. That is what landlords agreed to when they
: got their rent breaks. This site is sponsored by landlords and lawyers and
: doesn't encourage you to fight for yourself. A lawyer is only someone who
: is too stupid to get into medical school and a lawyer who does rent/lease
: cases is the lowest form. The landlord can send you all types of legal letters
: , but the fact is they are stuck with you, stick to your guns

Glad to hear landlords are paying our bills. Geez.

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