Posted by Ace on May 03, 2001 at 12:37:20:
In Reply to: rasing rent posted by cabbagemoth on May 03, 2001 at 09:51:02:
If the apartment is non-stabilized/controlled in NYC then the rent can go up as much as the LL wants -- the sky's the limit.
Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with the subletting issues for these kinds of apartments. You would have more of a say on subletting to a family member if you were rent stabilized.
Have you checked this site's main page's search engine to locate the possible answers to your question?
You could also look at:
www.law.com in the New York section
: I live in a non-stabilized, non-controlled apartment in NYC. When I move out, is there a limit to the amount the LL can raise the rent for the next tenant? Or can he just make it whatever he wants?
: Also, LL is denying me the right to sublet to a family member. Are there laws about this? I would like to renew my lease in a couple of months and eventually sublet to a relative. Thanks to all!
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