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Posted by james on November 02, 1999 at 19:28:45:

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:

It isn't your fault this situation exists, now you know to rent a place that is
vacated first. Can you get your money back? You can call the NYS Licensing Bureau
about an agent or landlord renting you an apartment that can't be occupied
by the lease start date. Can you approach the tenants and
ask them when they expect to move by phoning them? It still isn't your responsibility
to do that, it's the landlords. They could delay this for months if they file bankruptcy,
but that's doubtful if they just bought a coop.It's obvious they don't mind
being in housing court, or the damage it may do to their credit record, so
it's unlimited what they can do to delay the move. Call the DHCR, Division of
Housing, Community and Renewal, who may have some info, Citywide Task Force on
Housing Court, 982-5512 2 pm-5 pm.

NY State Division of Licensing Services
Department of State
270 Broadway
NYC, NY 10007-2372

Attorney General Eliot Spitzer
State of NY-Office of the Attorney General
120 Broadway, 23rd Fl.
New York, NY 10271

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