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Re: Landlord's unexpected visit and harrassing letter

Posted by TenantNet on February 21, 1999 at 13:41:08:

In Reply to: Re: Landlord's unexpected visit and harrassing letter posted by M.O. on February 16, 1999 at 13:17:16:

: Thank you. It is a rent-regulated apartment in New York City.
: Is the landlord's letter still effective to bring a holdover eviction, even if they inspected without notice? The contract seems to require 5 days notice for inspection.

Your initial message seems to indicate the LLs complaint is because you
had some shopping bags around with food in them, which of course, you later
ate. I would respond th the owner indicating just this and state that
where your wife might have been ill, it is the landlord who is delerious.
They can annoy you with letters like this, and even take you to court, but
the intention is to harass; don't let them. Unless you're really maintainin
a pig sty, or have Collier's Disease, there's no way you'll be evicted.

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