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Re: substantial rehabilitation

Posted by carlson on January 12, 2002 at 20:37:25:

In Reply to: substantial rehabilitation posted by chelsea on January 09, 2002 at 10:17:27:

: The DHCR's bulletin on substantial rehabilitation (below) lays
: out the basics. Note that the landlord must meet considerable
: requirements, including showing that approximately 75 percent
: of the building systems have been replaced . . . etc.

Thanks -- thanks also for the link. I did not find any specific information about regulation of rent increases following "substantial rehabilitation."

Do you -- or anyone else -- know where the law on that can be found?

(Or is there no regulation? -- i.e., all affected apartments become unregulated and the landlord can then charge market rents - ?)

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