Evict Tenant from Second Apartment in Same Building

You may have a tenant holding on to two rent-regulated apartments in your building, but he lives in only one of them. For example, a tenant may once have rented two apartments to meet the needs of a large family. But now the tenant’s children are grown and gone, and the tenant no longer uses the second apartment as a residence. Instead, the tenant stores personal items there or occasionally puts up out-of-town guests.

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