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Re: Apt losing stabilization: why?

Posted by Anna on June 09, 1999 at 23:05:48:

In Reply to: Reassesment of Apt. since losing stabilization posted by Jon Ulmer on June 09, 1999 at 13:32:36:

: Our three bedroom apartment in the west village is supposedly losing it's rent stabilization status and needs to be reaccessed for rent. If any one has leads to information I can get on this process and any rights that may pertain to us tenants it would be great. We've held the lease for five years, have always paid on time and have done no damage. It seems weird that they could just come in and name a new astronomical price and then we're screwed. And if this is the case I want to brace myself for it. Is this the kind of situation where seeking some sort of representation could help achieve a more resonable amount for rent?

Why are you losing rent stabilization? and who's doing the "re-assessing"?

luxury decontrol? you should have received and filed an income statement.

J51 or 421-a tax abatement end? your leases or riders have a clause about this.

building being converted from 6 or more to less than 6 units?

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