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Re: Being evicted

Posted by MikeW on October 14, 1999 at 13:23:18:

In Reply to: Being evicted posted by Marina on October 13, 1999 at 13:17:18:

Small town INSIDE NYC (please elaborate)

You don't mention a lease. If you don't have one, all he has to give you is 30 days notice, and then he can start eviction proceedings. You may be able to gum it up a month or two in court, but you really don't have any grounds to stop the eviction. It is the LL house.

: Hello,

: I'm a single mother of a six year old girl living in a two family apartment
: (second floor), who is being harrassed by my landlord.

: The story is very long and complicated, but I have been harrassed by him
: since 1/99, about petty things going on around here. I now received a letter
: from him stating that he wants us out by 11/30/99, and I'm really confused
: as to what to do in this situation. I thought I had six months before I had
: to vacate the premises?

: In short, I am not loud, have parties, have always paid my rent on time, do not
: make excessive noise, and even have forgone having guests over most of the time
: because of the harrassment with regard to having anyone here. He has threatned
: me, screamed at myself and my daughter, talked about this to my family, friends
: and neighbors (we live in a small town inside NYC if you can believe that, and
: everyone knows everyone).

: I hope that someone can email me and help me with this. I do not have
: much time and I have no where to go.

: Thanks
: Marina

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