Posted by M.A.D. on May 12, 1997 at 15:23:52:
What bothers me more is if and when the day comes where
I must show my financial life to my landlord to keep my
rent stabilized apartment. Where does it say that
landlords must open his books to show me that he has
enough money to provide proper landlord services?
My landlord won't paint my apartment because the co-op
people come first on his list, he didn't replace my single
pane windows when he was redoing the building because I don't
count, the building only has three co-op purchasers (1 sold
her apartment back to the landlord)and the building went co-op
10 years ago. I bet he's running the building under different
books as well because my rent goes into his personal checking
account, the co-op boards goes into the Realty Account, and the
newer tenants are sending their money to another account.
There's something wrong with this scenario. . . and "They" want to take
away rent stablization/control from the middle class.
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