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If its fair market value nope

Posted by Will on April 12, 1999 at 08:09:31:

In Reply to: Sub Letting a Co-op posted by Janet on April 11, 1999 at 23:41:41:

This is an unregulated apartment. Its pretty apparent the landlord wants you out or has realized they where serverely undercharging. Either way its the landlords right as owner of the apartment to get what they want for it... I would ask the sponser or management agent if they have any apartments available in the building. If for whatever reason they all want you out your out of luck.


: Is there a legal limit on the rent increase one can be charged? I am sub letting from the owner of a co-op who wants to raise my rent another $1000.

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