Posted by New York Tenant on April 05, 2001 at 10:09:50:
In Reply to: Re: I Never did get an answer...roommates per RSC Code 2000 posted by Anna on April 04, 2001 at 21:56:12:
The analysis of some of the revisions to the Rent Stabilization Code, written by Judge Martin Shulman, from which Anna quoted, appeared in the New York Law Journal's April 5th online edition:
Further Reviewing Changes to Rent Stabilization
The quote about the complicated nature of rent regulation came from the 1981 decision of the New York Court of Appeals in LaGuardia v. Cavanaugh, 53 N.Y.2d 67.
The footnote defining a roommate's proportionate share of the legal regulated rent (LRR) reads:
Section 3: 9 NYCRR §2525.7. The Code 2000 calculates an occupant's proportionate share by dividing the LRR by the total number of tenants named on the lease and the total number of occupants. A tenant's spouse is not included in the number of tenants named in the lease and the total number of occupants will not include a tenant's family member or an occupant's dependent child.
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