Posted by Will on June 11, 2000 at 19:00:21:
In Reply to: Rent Stabilized Leases Still Available? posted by MJ on June 11, 2000 at 13:26:27:
The only way an apartment leaves stabilization no matter what it rents at is when the landlord files for de-stabilization after the first tenant to pay over $2000 vacates...its not based solely on the landlords current price. The landlord has to file the correct papers...you need to check here on the site to see whether your building falls under rent-stabilization laws....unfortunatey, to get the rent history of an apartment you must be the current occupant. And you have to file for over-charge very quickly....
: Is it theoretically still possible to obtain a rent stabilized lease on an apartment which has been vacated? My building has both rent-controlled and rent-stabilized units; however, super tells me apartments are now renting at market rate. Am sure my landlord is not following the law, as he never has before. Which version of the rent code and which section of that version do I need to study? Thanks for any information.
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