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   :   SJR NO. 6558 (6127)
     APPEAL OF                                 ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW  
                                           :   DOCKET NO. ED430231RT
                  ANN LIDA,                    (refiling of EC430215RT)
                            PETITIONER     :   RENT ADMINISTRATOR 
     --------------------------------------X   DOCKET NO.:  CD410001UC     
                                               Owner:  PHILIP WIDLANSKI

         ORDER AND OPINION REMANDING PROCEEDING TO THE RENT ADMINISTRATOR

     This Order is issued pursuant to an order in a Article 78 proceeding, 
     Supreme Court, New York County, Index Number 24373/92, Justice C. Beauchamp 
     Ciparick, issued January 6, 1993, wherein the Division of Housing and 
     Community Review (DHCR) was directed to further consider its prior order 
     which had been issued July 1, 1992.

     On April 25, 1990 the above named petitioner-tenant perfected the filing of 
     a Petition for Administrative Review against an order issued on February 2, 
     1990 by the Rent Administrator, 92-31 Union Hall Street, Jamaica, New York, 
     concerning housing accommodations known as 50 West 69th Street, New York, 
     New York, various apartments, wherein the Rent Administrator determined 
     that the subject building was not subject to the Rent Stabilization Law.  
     The Commissioner's July 1, 1992 Order found that the building had not been 
     substantially rehabilitated and was therefore subject to the Rent 
     Stabilization Law.

     Based on the above-cited January 6, 1993 court order, the Commissioner is 
     of the opinion that this proceeding should be remanded to the Rent 
     Administrator for further processing including the opportunity for the 
     parties to submit further evidence.

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

     ORDERED, that this petition be, and the same hereby is, granted to the 
     extent of remanding this proceeding  to the Rent Administrator for further 
     processing in accordance with this order and opinion.  The Administrator's 
     determination shall remain in effect until the Administrator issues a new 
     Order upon remand.

ISSUED:


                                                                          
                                               JOSEPH A. D'AGOSTA
                                               Deputy Commissioner     



    

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