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Re: Would this be an "unreasonable refusal" of a sublease? NO NO NO

Posted by Richard on November 27, 1999 at 12:38:48:

In Reply to: Would this be an posted by Max on November 27, 1999 at 12:09:44:

Well for what purpose are you subleasing? I hope NOT FOR PROFIT!

Do you intend to come back in 9 months? Do you have PROOF?

Are you taking a sabbatical, are you being relocated for 9 months?
Then get a certified letter from your employers LAWYER, that should suffice.

He belives you are not coming back...and will have to evict you later, if you leave stuff in the apartment,
or the subtenant holdsover ,when the lease ends, he just doesnt want to pay lawyers later for you not voluntarily
giving up your lease NOW!

: Hello,

: I have 9 months left on my lease. I found someone who is willing to sublease my apt. for the next 3 months. I plan on leasing to this person
: for 3 months, and in the meantime find a second subtenant for the remainding six months. However, my landlord told me I cannot do that, I
: must find a single subtenant for the entire period. Is this "unreasonable refusal"????

: Thanks,
: Max

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