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Re: Re 90-150 day "window" for lease renewal

Posted by SamE on July 30, 2001 at 23:38:17:

In Reply to: Re 90-150 day posted by Tim H. on July 30, 2001 at 12:02:36:

: 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?

Used to be: nothing happens to tenant, you're still stabilized and your rent can't increase. Read the DHCR Fact Sheet on renewal leases.

This may have changed: DHCR may have rewritten the no-rent-increase part on 12-20-2000. Look it up here. Use search here. Or go to hamepage and click on the DHCR stuff in the upper left hand column.

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