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Re: lease expiration

Posted by Mark Smith on April 07, 1999 at 20:24:08:

In Reply to: Re: lease expiration posted by Anna on April 07, 1999 at 18:10:47:

: : I don't believe that there is rent stabilization in Buffalo. However, you didn't make yourself very clear. Is this a co-op or condo? You talk about "my landlord" and "the apartment complex owner." Does the lease require you or the landlord to give any type of notice before the expiration? If not, you can move out on or before April 30th without giving any notice.
: there are two rent stab laws in each community: state and local: remember Albany/Bruno/upstate vs NYC and the 97 wars????

: cut&paste from :

: Administration of the rent regulation process for more than one million rent-regulated
: apartments in both New York City, and those localities in the counties of Albany, Erie,
: Nassau, Rockland, Schenectady, Rensselaer and Westchester subject to rent laws.

: Buffalo is in Erie County.

: netiquette note: posting in the middle of a thread, esp when referring to the last msg in thread, is considered rude. kinda like saying "shutup". or did you already know that?????


Anna, I was replying to the original post -- not to your comments. I didn't choose where the postings go -- TenantNet did. I will not go to the last post in a thread and delete everything in it but the text of the original post just because TenantNet has things set up the way they do. You criticized me, but you didn't you criticize the original post (or agree with my comments) for using the confusing terms "my landlord" and "the apartment complex owner."

And I still don't believe that there is rent stabilization in Buffalo, even if it is in Erie County, although there may still be rent controlled apartments in Buffalo. And I believe that you are wrong about the tenant giving thirty-days notice, unless the lease requires notice. A thirty-day notice may apply to month-to-month tenancies, although the Appellate Term, First Department has recently held that only the landlord is required to give a thirty-days notice to a month-to-month tenant; the tenant does not have to any give notice to terminate the tenancy.

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