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.CG210076RO
                                              :    DRO DOCKET NO.AB210126R
             Parkside Realty                       TENANT: Jas. Farmer

                               PETITIONER     :
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             ORDER AND OPINION DENYING PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW


          On July 26, 1988, the above-named  owner  filed  a  Petition  for
          Administrative Review against an order issued on June 29, 1988, by 
          a Rent Administrator, concerning the housing accommodations known 
          as apartment 1 at 115  Parkside  Avenue,  Brooklyn,  wherein  the
          Administrator determined that the owner had overcharged the tenant.

          That order states inter  alia:  that  the  1984  registered  rent
          constituted  the  Initial  Legal  Registered   Rent   for   those
          accommodations; that the rent  charged  under  a  one-year  lease
          commencing on December 1, 1985 had been $572.77; and that a  rent
          overcharge of $5197.47 had occurred.

          The instant petition consists entirely of  a  reference,  without
          comment, to attached  exhibits:  copies  of  the  1984  and  1985
          registration statements for the subject accommodations, and of the 
          first page of a lease therefor, commencing in November of 1985 and 
          terminating a year later, the monthly rental being $572.77.

          The Commissioner is of the opinion that the  petition  should  be
          denied.

          It  is  obvious  that  the  petition  cites  no  error   on   the
          Administrator's part.  Nor do the exhibits imply such error, as the 
          relevant  information  in   the   1984   registration   and   the
          aforementioned lease is already incorporated in the Administrator's 
          order.  In addition the 1985 registration information  cannot  be
          considered as it was not submitted in the proceeding  before  the
          Rent Administrator and the April 1,  1985  rent  listed  in  such
          registration is not backed up by the submission of a lease for that 
          period.  Thus the owner has provided no reason to disturb the order 
          in question.


          CG210076RO
















          THEREFORE, in accordance with the Rent Stabilization Law and Code, 
          it is

          ORDERED that this petition be, and the same hereby is, denied, the 
          Rent Administrator's order being hereby affirmed.





          ISSUED:




           
                                                       JOSEPH A. D'AGOSTA
                                                       Deputy Commissioner
    

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