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Can an apartment be DE-rent-stabilized?

Posted by Steven on May 21, 1999 at 13:26:54:

As noted previously, I live in a 4-unit brownstone in Brooklyn. The elderly couple above us who have now moved out had a rent-stabilized apartment (they had been there a long time). The elderly couple who live below us have a rent-controlled apartment. (The fourth unit had been the owner's, which she left about 2 years ago, obtaining a market rent.)

Is it kosher for one building of only 4 units to have one unit RC, one unit RS, and two market rate?

Can a unit lose its status as RS or RC and become market rate? How?

Thanks for any information -- even if you can point me to a document elsewhere at this site where I can find the answer myself.

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