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Re: Generally No:

Posted by Helena on March 10, 1999 at 22:49:31:

In Reply to: Generally No posted by MikeW on March 10, 1999 at 16:19:17:

: Most Condos in NYC were built as such, and were never regulated rental to begin with. There are a few were converted from stabilized rentals, and as such would be covered by the same rules as converted coops.

If you moved in after the building was converted and are renting from the sponsor, your apartment is not stabilized.

: I believe this site has a database or list of registered rent regulated buildings.

The list is not accurate and dates from 1994(?). My building isn't on it, I'm stabilized.

There are some rent increase and renewal lease protections for post-conversion tenants renting from the sponsor and/or holder of unsold shares in coops that should/might apply to condos. See the case Paikoff v. Harris, below.

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