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Re: Is MDR registration legal?

Posted by Anna on June 09, 1999 at 23:51:26:

In Reply to: Is MDR registration legal? posted by john on June 07, 1999 at 23:10:50:

: Six individuals listed on deed of multiple dwelling as tenants in common as owner. On Multiple Dwelling registration, the owner is listed as a realty company not listed on the deed with two partners. These two names as partners of the realty company on the MDR appear also on the deed but the realty company is not on the deed. Is this a legal MDR registration, since realty co on MDR isn't on the deed but two of the partners are listed as tenants in common on the deed with four other names?


You can find the registration requirements and definitions of owners in both the MDL and the HMC on But your question is a little confusing: You have a copy of the deed from the Hall of Records, right? And the computer printout? And there are no assignments of that deed or the lease these 6 people hold in common?

But where are you reading the MDR information from? On the HPD registration form, 'Section 5.Owner' should have the same entity name as the deed, followed by 3 of the partners names (one of those laws require all owners of 25% of the shares to be listed, so an extra sheet might be attached). 'Section 6. Managing Agent' would list the realty company, if it was the managing agent. Confirmations of complaints called into 960-4800 would list the managing agent or 'Section 7. Site Manager' which could be the super.

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