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HTML Code and Text to Correct 2525.7 of the Rent Stabilization Code (Rent Charged to a Roommate)

Posted by New York Tenant on June 24, 2001 at 20:18:34:

This is all the HTML code and text that are needed to correct 2525.7 of TenantNet's version of the Rent Stabilization Code.

Actual HTML code uses the "less than" sign (upper case of the comma) and the "greater than" sign (upper case of the period), but those signs won't appear in a posted message on this forum, so I've substituted left and right brackets [ ] for them.

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[P ALIGN=LEFT](b) The rental amount that a tenant may charge a person in occupancy pursuant to section 235-f of the Real Property Law shall not exceed such occupant's proportionate share of the legal regulated rent charged to and paid by the tenant for the subject housing accommodation. [BR][BR]
For the purposes of this subdivision, an occupant's proportionate share shall be determined by dividing the legal regulated rent by the total number of tenants named on the lease and the total number of occupants residing in the subject housing accommodation. However, the total number of tenants named on the lease shall not include a tenant's spouse, and the total number of occupants shall not include a tenant's family member or an occupant's dependent child. Regardless of the number of occupants, tenants named on the lease shall remain responsible for payment to the owner of the entire legal regulated rent. The charging of a rental amount to an occupant that exceeds that occupant's proportionate share shall be deemed to constitute a violation of this Code. [/P]

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