How to Prove a Case for Owner Occupancy Destabilization

How to Prove a Case for Owner Occupancy Destabilization



An owner may want to move into a rent-stabilized apartment in a building he owns for many reasons. He may desire a place to live in New York City; he may seek an apartment for a family member; he may want to expand the size of an apartment he already occupies in the building.

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