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Owner of the condo has decided to sell...

Postby TheKiddy2 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:37 pm

The owner of my apartment in a condo building in Manhattan has decided to sell. His broker will be visiting the apartment this weekend. I am not interested in having people go in and out of my apartment to view, make my apartment available for open houses, etc. Do I have any rights in the matter?
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Postby TenantNet » Wed Feb 09, 2011 10:22 pm

Read the thread on Access in the forum's Reference Section. The request must be in advance, in writing, state why the access is needed, must be at a reasonable time. You can insist on being there (you must do that to protect your possessions). It can be a negotiation. You can set aside a time for access, but they can't come in on their own or every day. Eventually you will have to allow some degree of access, but do it on your terms.
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