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Re: Section 8: Stabilized or Co-op?

Posted by JJ on December 11, 2001 at 23:57:16:

In Reply to: Section 8: Stabilized or Co-op? posted by David White on December 11, 2001 at 15:52:43:

: If a person who has a Section Eight lease which states that if at any time the tenant goes off the lease, the tenant is under the rent control/rent stabilization rules and laws, does this mean the building was determined to be rent regulated? Who at the office of Section Eight makes this determination, and how?

: If the building is supposed to be a co-op building, is such wording in a lease, as mentioned above, allowed or possible, according to Section Eight?

: What I could find out is that Section Eight prepares leases with the tenants they support, according to the type of apartment and building.

there are Section 8 buildings and there are Section 8 vouchers that tenants use in approved apts/bldgs.

suggest you call your nearest Legal Aid office: if they can't help, they'll send you to someone who can.

ps: someone will have to read your papers or have a previous knowledge of your building to answer this.

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