According to the federal lawsuit obtained by the USA today sports, it is necessary to pay the rent.
Recently, New York meets picture Loha Syndergaard has been sued by the landlord because he was not paying the rent on the lower Manhattan Penthouse and he was planning to live in the same during the 2020 season.
It is my device used to see that have something can happen.
On Thursday, the complaint has been filed in the southern district of New York and Syndergaard and the landlords 600 summers LLC agreed to the least for the Penthouse Apartment from March 22 2020, and through November 30 2020.
But somehow the same has not happened and this let them file a case. At the rate of $27000 per month according to the complaint he paid is paying for 2700 square foot duplex with 3 bedrooms.
Also, it was not expected. Syndergaard also has a copy of lease and filed as evidence. Now the agreement approved by the property condom Union board on February 20 but according to the suits in the guard is not following the rules and regulations and is not moving into the apartment and also not paying.
The Lander also notified that Syndergaard has defaulted on the lease and at least 80,000 and if late fees and interest are not included in it.
It does not seem good how someone can do something and the Penthouse was back on the market but 600 summers have not yet found on 3 and the complaint cell.
Now they are looking forward to some actions so that things will get alright soon. If you have something else to say about it then do let us know in the comment section below and we will get back to you with the solution accordingly.