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Can new landlord force us to move .....?

Posted by Stephen on March 09, 1999 at 17:39:29:

The old landlord plans to sell the brownstone building, which has 8
apartments. Two of those apartments (on the first two floors) are occupied
by the landlord, and four are are occupied by tenants, and two are vacant.
(One of the vacant is on 3rd floor, and the other is on the 4th floor.)
The landlord plans to move us to the apartment one floor up, which is
much smaller, so that the new landlord can live on the first three floors.
Does the old landlord have this right? Or can the new landlord
force us to move to the smaller one on the upstairs?

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