Posted by TenantNet on June 24, 2001 at 14:17:50:
In Reply to: Yes, TenantNet's Version of the New RSC Is Wrong posted by New York Tenant on June 24, 2001 at 13:25:06:
Well, we can see Mark Smith's attitude hasn't changed.
But aside from that, the title and link to the proposed changes (from mid-2000) have not changed. They are still the same.
And even though we have a page duplicating DHCR's final version of the amendments, we hadn't (and still don't have) made a public link to that page. Apparently Hawk found it through the search engine or through the link we provided on our email list. We didn't put it on the web site because we wanted to wait to get the complete revised code.
: However, there are errors in what TenantNet posted as the new Rent Stabilization Code.
OK, so you found one, and yes, you're correct. We will look into it. The source from which we obtained the "new" code is normally considered VERY reliable. Many attorneys use this source every day and pay hefty fees to use it. But apparently they are wrong, so we'll have to get a better source.
: Copying and pasting an entire new section is very easy.
No, it's not that easy to revise the entire thing when you consider the complexities of html, formatting, etc. It took many hours to get it where it is. We don't enjoy finding this error, and it will take considerable effort to correct, but we'll get it done.
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