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Initial Registered Rent

Posted by Lisa Copeland on May 18, 1996 at 00:49:00:

If a housing court judge rules that there has never been an initial apartment registration, even though the apartment status has changed from rent control to rent stabilized, can the landlord raise the rent (and thus try to set a market value "initial registered rent") at the point where they finally do register the apartment? In this case, the judge also ruled that, from the time the first rent stabilized tenants moved in until the time she issued the judgment (9 months), the apartment's monthly rent would be the last registered rent under rent control.

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