I plan to travel internationally 7-9 months throughout the year, would this jeopardize my residency in my apartment?
Dear Brooklyn Tenant:
In short, yes. Your landlord will notice your absence and that your rent check is mailed in from another location. Your landlord will notice someone else is living in the apartment. If you did not procure a legal sublease the landlord may claim a lease default.
Primary Residence is a Hallmark of a Rent Stabilized tenancy. Absence from the apartment greater than 183 days a year jeopardizes a tenancy.
The answer provided to you is in the nature of general information. The general proposition being that you should try to avoid a bad outcome if you can.
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