Posted by Ace on March 26, 2001 at 16:12:29:
In Reply to: Rent Stabilization posted by Angela on March 24, 2001 at 22:58:35:
Hi Angela -- hope the following helps:
It's very possible that in one building some apts. may be rent stabilized while others are not. Calling DHCR directly can help you find out if YOUR apartment is indeed rent stabilized (if your lease is not clear).
Also call DHCR at 718-739-6400 and you can find out if the building and your apartment are rent stabilized and get a rent history on your apartment to see if there's a possible overchargement going on.
Have the building I.D. number handy (it usually is located in the lobby of your building) when you call.
: Hello! I've posted a question earlier about Pet Law and Rent Stabilization. Now I have another question. I searched the Rent Stabilization database here on Tenant.Net and it gave me that my building (Brooklyn, 6 store building) has rent stabilization units and also some co-op apartments. My question is can it be that some apartments are stabilize and some not (I do not talk about co-op but management apartments, as mine is) or should I assume that if building is rent stabilize then ALL apartments (under the management) are rent stabilize???? Also do you know how to find out the year when building was built?
: Thank you very much, Angela.
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