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Re: rent increase - help!

Posted by i feel your pain on August 16, 2001 at 11:58:07:

In Reply to: rent increase - help! posted by greg on August 16, 2001 at 11:51:39:

: The landlord of my building wants to raise our rent $500. The rent is currently $4000. Five people currently live in the apartment. We don't know if the apartment is rent stabilized. How can we find this out? If it is how much he can legally raise the rent? If it's not how much can he legally raise the rent? If we don't agree to the rent increase can he just kick us out? Help please

If you are paying $4,000 a month in rent, your apartment is NOT rent stabilized and the LL can raise the rent as much as he feels like. I feel for you.

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