Posted by Mark Smith on May 28, 1999 at 01:12:51:
In Reply to: Hey guys I'm confused... posted by Will on May 28, 1999 at 00:50:41:
Will, the Attorney General's handbook is well-written. For some reason, you don't seem to be able to read it correctly.
Nowhere in Real Property Law §235-f or in the A.G.'s handbook does it say that a tenant is limited to ONE family member. They both say immediate family.
If one person signs a lease, that tenant can have immediate family and one additional occupant AND the dependent children of the occupant in the apartment.
If two people sign a lease and both are living in the apartment, they both can have immediate family but no additional occupant. If two people sign a lease and one moves out, the remaining tenant can have immediate family and one additional occupant AND the dependent children of the occupant in the apartment.
: A couple of days ago we got into a discussion about roommates. According to attorney general one person on lease means one non-family roommate AND one family roommate with kids...But taken litteraly two people on lease can't have either....what gives I would they could at least have one roommates...seems to me related people are better off only having one person sign the lease.....why is this?
: Is the attorney generals "handbook" poorly written or is it on the money...nothing urgent just curious.
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