Posted by Mark Smith on November 02, 1999 at 08:35:58:
In Reply to: A NEW ONE...TENANTS AT END OF LEASE WHO WONT MOVE OUT.... posted by David Jones on November 02, 1999 at 00:16:52:
Turn off the CAPS and learn how to spell.
Assuming that the apartment is in New York City, if the tenants don't appeal or bring an order to show cause, the sheriff or marshal can evict them fairly quickly. But if they appeal, they could be there for a very long time, if they get the customary stay from the Appellate Term.
: I AM THE NEW TENEANT, WHO SIGNED A LEASE WITH A LANDLORD....THE OLD TENANTS ARE STALLING IN THEIR MOVING OUT...WHICH IS COSTING ME TO BE PRESSURED TO LEAVE THE ROOM I AM NOW RENTING. THE CURRENT TENNANTS ARE STALLING EVEN THOUGH, THROUGH AN EARLIER CONFLICT WITH THE LANDLORD, THE JUDGE STATED THAT THE TENANTS MUST VACATE THE PREMISES NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 31ST.
: DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW QUICK THE LANDLORD CAN EVICT THE CURRENT TENNANTS....AND SHOULD I BE THE ONE TO SUFFER BECAUSE THEY ARE STALLING? THE CURRENT TENNATS ARE STALLING DUE TO A MALITIOUS NATURE.... ALSO THEY ARE BUYING A COOP, AND WANT EVERYONE TO WAIT TO SUIT THEM.... THEY HAVN'T GIVEN ANYONE ANY REASONABLE NOTICE OF THEIR DEPARTURE.
: ANY HELP????
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