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Postby MML » Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:46 am

I am applying for loft law protection, along with several other tenants in my building. I understand that the unit has to have been residentially occupied from 2008-2009 to qualify for protection. My particular unit has been residential since at least 2001. My husband and I moved into the building in July 2009.

I was going to include my sublease with the previous tenants as a supporting document, proving that we were residing in the unit as of July 2009. Although WE weren't living there prior to that, the previous tenants were, though I don't really have any proof of that, besides the sublease. Do you think its to our advantage to include this or is do you think it would be detrimental?
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Postby TenantNet » Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:56 am

Additional and unrequired information some times has a way of having unintended consequences. It's a judgment call, but unless you need it, I'd hold it back. Of course you might want to consult with loft law experts.
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