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Re: Subletting, stabilized and free-market apts

Posted by TenantNet on January 28, 1997 at 10:13:48:

In Reply to: Re: Subletting, stabilized and free-market apts posted by Sandro on January 28, 1997 at 10:04:57:

: Thank you for this information. You folks are fast in your response!
: Though I've checked out your FAQs and Fact Sheets, a clarification, please:
: For rent stabilized, it seems the right is automatic, and not at all subject
: to a landlord's "reasonable" consent. Instead, on a "free market" it seems
: that the sublet is indeed subject to the landlord's "reasonable" consent.
: Therefore, it seems that you are much more secure in your right and ability
: to sublet in a rent stabilized apartment.

It's the same for free market and stabilized. RPL 226(b) covers both.
You must go through the procedure even if you are stabilized.

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