Posted by Will on August 10, 1999 at 12:31:48:
In Reply to: Re: Rent Stabilized Apt. posted by Mark Smith on August 10, 1999 at 09:44:06:
Again the landlord has to file the necessary paperwork...
: The apartment is subject to de-stabilization only if your New York State taxable income has been over $175,000 for the last two years. The landlord has to apply to DHCR to de-stabilize the apartment.
: PLEASE be very careful to respond timely to everything that you get from the landlord and from DHCR, if the landlord starts the process. Make copies of everything. Mail everything at the post office -- at least with a certificate of mailing, or by certified mail, return receipt requested, or best, by registered mail, return receipt requested.
: Tenants with income well below $175,000 have had their apartments de-stabilized because they didn't reply, replied late, or couldn't prove that they replied. You might win a challenge to a DHCR de-stabization order in a PAR at DHCR, in Supreme Court, or in the Appellate Division, but that would be very expensive. Make copies, and go to the post office and spend a few extra dollars to avoid any problems.
: : I've lived in the same Manhattan rent stabilized apt. for 10 years. My rent will soon go up to $2,000 per month. Once it does, does it automatically become de-stabilized?
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