Posted by Ace on July 30, 2001 at 13:38:01:
In Reply to: Re 90-150 day posted by Tim H. on July 30, 2001 at 12:02:36:
Call DHCR. When it comes to NYC Stabilization issues, no question is quick nor quick to answer. It depends. If you are the tenant listed for the rent stablized apartment, call the landlord. It may merely be an oversight, because the LL cannot evict unless for nonpayment of rent. Otherwise, LL is losing money if LL doesn't give you a renewal as the rent rate stays the same. Just because the LL doesn't give the renewal, doesn't mean the rent goes up or that the apartment is no longer stabilized -- unless, of course, the rent will be going over that certain amount that will deregulate it. Call DHCR if LL ignores calls.
: A quick question: What happens if, in a rent-stablized situation, the landlord neither offers a lease renewal nor a notice of eviction for owner occupancy in the legally-required window period of 90-150 days before the end of the tenant's lease?
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