I live in a coop that has no subletting allowed yet we have two that I know of. One is subletting for years and another has "guests" coming in and out all the time. We have tried to sell our apartment twice unsuccessfully. We lowered our price twice and management told us just keep dropping the price until it sells. Because of the precedent of subletting we requested to sublet our apartment so we can leave this place. Management has not responded to our request. So we are thinking about doing it without permission like others have. Also we are wondering what our chances are with taking our building to court for the right to sublet. Or if they take us to court what are our chances of winning? Has anyone run into something like this? If so your response would be appreciated.Join the Conversation Comments (2)
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