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





     --------------------------------------X
     IN THE MATTER OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE   :   
     APPEAL OF                                 ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW
                                           :   DOCKET NO. BH210242RT
             FRIEDA GEWIRTZ,                   DISTRICT RENT ADMINISTRATOR'S
                                           :   DOCKET NO. 7M03379K
                            PETITIONER         
     --------------------------------------X  


                      ORDER AND OPINION TERMINATING PROCEEDING


     On August 25, 1987, the above-named tenant filed a petition for 
     administrative review of an order issued on August 7, 1987 by a Rent 
     Administrator concerning the housing accommodation known as Apartment 1A, 
     7701 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, New York.

     The Commissioner points out that subsequent to the filing of the above- 
     mentioned petition, the rent agency mailed two written inquiries, dated 
     February 16, 1993 and April 12, 1993, to the subject tenant which requested 
     whether there is still an active issue to be determined with respect to the 
     aforementioned petition.

     The record reflects that the above-mentioned written inquiries were both 
     returned to the rent agency by the post office in an envelope marked 
     "Returned To Sender - Attempted - NOT KNOWN."

     Based on the record, the Commissioner finds that the subject tenant does not 
     inform the rent agency of her new address, and that the subject tenant does 
     not provide the name and address of an attorney or representative.  
     Accordingly, the Commissioner is of the opinion that any subsequent order 
     which would be issued by the rent agency and mailed to the subject tenant 
     would be sent back to the rent agency by the post office as undeliverable.

     The Commissioner points out that the subject tenant was subject to the rent 
     control laws and regulation and that the issues raised in her petition 
     pertain to her 1987 maximum rent.

     The rent agency's records reflect that the subject apartment has been 
     decontrolled due to a vacancy of the subject apartment.

     Based upon the above-mentioned, the Commissioner finds that this proceeding 
     should be terminated as it appears that the issues raised in the tenant's 
     petition are moot.







          DOCKET NO.:  BH210242RT


     THEREFORE, in accordance with the provisions of the City Rent and 
     Rehabilitation Law and the Rent and Eviction Regulations, it is 

     ORDERED, that this proceeding be, and the same hereby is, terminated.

     ISSUED:



                                                                               
                                                      LULA M. ANDERSON  
                                                     Deputy Commissioner
    

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