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Re: rent regs and sub-let options

Posted by JJ on February 10, 2000 at 00:00:29:

In Reply to: rent regs and sub-let options posted by Daryey on February 09, 2000 at 14:57:12:

: regarding the new rent stabilized rules is it correct to say that you must make over $175,000 for 2 straight years and your stabilized rent must be over $2,000 in order to be de-controlled

HOUSEHOLD INCOME =>$175,000 EACH OF LAST TWO TAX YEARS. RENT >$2000. SEE 1997 SECTION ON http://tenant.net/

: secondly if you are trying out renting a house in NJ or on the Island
: for a 2 year period can you still sublet your apt in case you want to move back ? if so how much can you charge the sub-tennant and how much notice must you give the landlord

ALL EXPLAINED ON http://tenant.net/ UNDER NY TENANTS INFO

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