DOCKET NUMBER:BD 210066-RO
                                  STATE OF NEW YORK
                      DIVISION OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL
                            OFFICE OF RENT ADMINISTRATION
                                     GERTZ PLAZA
                               92-31 UNION HALL STREET
                               JAMAICA, NEW YORK 11433

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          IN THE MATTER OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE :  ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW
          APPEAL OF                              DOCKET NO.:BD 210066-RO
                                              :  
                                                 DRO DOCKET NO.:AF 220189-R

          LEV REALTY CO.        PETITIONER    : 
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                  ORDER AND OPINION REMANDING PROCEEDING ON APPEAL

          On April 2, 1987 the abovenamed petitioner owner filed a  Petition
          for Administrative Review against a Notice of  Disposition  issued
          on March 2, 1987 by the Rent Administrator concerning the  housing
          accommodations known as  1775  East  18th  Street,  Apartment  2K,
          Brooklyn, New York.

          The tenant, Joseph Weiner, filed  a  complaint  of  overcharge  on
          June 11, 1986.
                                                    
          The herein  appealed  Notice  of  Disposition  set  forth  maximum
          collectible rents for the subject rent controlled  apartment  from
          1984 to 19987.

          In its petition the  owner  complains  that  the  order  does  not
          indicate the basis for the rents which are at variance with  those
          set forth in N-26 Notices served on the tenant from 1981  to  1987
          and never challenged (copies submitted).

          In response the tenant submits rent bills from 1984 to 1987  which
          in some instances are at variance with the abovenoted N26 forms.

          The Commissioner is of the opinion that the proceeding  should  be
          remanded for further processing.

          A Notice of Disposition may or may not be appealable depending  on
          whether it merely recapitulates prior determinations in the rental 
          history or makes new determinations.

          Since  the  record  of   the   instant   proceeding   before   the
          Administrator is unclear as to the basis for the rents  set  forth
          which are at variance with evidence submitted by the  parties,  it
          cannot be ascertained which of the abovenoted pertains here.

          The matter should, therefore, be reexamined by whatever means  are
          found useful on notice to all parties.

          THEREFORE, pursuant to the Rent and Eviction Regulations  for  New
          York City, it is










          DOCKET NUMBER:BD 210066-RO

          ORDERED, that this petition be, and the same  hereby  is,  granted
          to the extent of remanding the proceeding for  further  processing
          in  accord  herewith.   The   Rent   Administrator's   Notice   of
          Disposition remains in full force and effect until  a  new  notice
          or order is issued on remand.

          ISSUED:














                                                                            
                                                   ELLIOT SANDER
                                                Deputy Commissioner
    

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