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satori againRe: Can new landlord kick me out?

Posted by satori on March 08, 1999 at 22:46:27:

In Reply to: Re: Can new landlord kick me out? posted by satori on March 08, 1999 at 22:14:05:

And by the time the speculators were able to force you out, probably
at least two years for difficult tenants are always a low priorty, with
the courts.And yes organize especially if you live in in Manhatttan you would have had a free apartment, in the mean time.

: I'm no expert. and I can sort of know that you won't like my suggestions.
: But it souns to me you don't even have a landlord that owns your building
: but a speculator. Now I know this is difficult to take. But, I would,
: make his life difficult for forcing you out in and unfriendly manner.
: The homesteaders in NYC AKA squatter in the lower east side, would
: change there locks build a nice big barracade behind there door and windows,
: . it then will become simply to difficult to kick a tenant out.but thats
: a bold step.But, if you really want to keep your apartment your going to
: have to take sterps such as this. And you know of you did it it would
: cost him more in legal fees and othere expenses. he will proably just keep the
: rent the same.But who knows?

: : My landlord just lost his building in foreclosure. The NEW landlord is a real
: : estate company that wants to sell the building vacant and has asked all
: : tenants to move out.

: : I signed a two-year lease with my original landlord. Does the new landlord
: : have the right to kick me out or does my original lease still apply. What
: : about my deposit? Who's responsible for returning my deposit if I do move out?
: : My old or new landlord?

: : Any help would be greatly appreciated. I just moved into my place in Sept 98
: : and the thought of having to move again is unbearable.

: : Thanks in advance!

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