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Re: Rent Stabilization NYC

Posted by Michael on October 06, 2001 at 22:16:21:

In Reply to: Re: Rent Stabilization NYC posted by Lilly on October 06, 2001 at 04:47:39:

Thanks for your replies . . .

the previous tenants were all rent stabilized tenants - however, as I said, there is no information for the 1999 tenant, and for 2000, it only has the tenants name. When and if the LL sends me a letter explaining the renovations, is it necessary that he provides receipts? For who is to know that his figures are accurate. In addition there was no rider to the lease - and in regards to my broker's fee - I had paid a one month's broker's fee to the LL's wife - who is a legitmate broker (I found her license on the internet).

Hence . ..

1) receipts necessary? If there are no receipts, do I have warrant to file a claim even though the LL claims to have made 20K in renovations.

2) broker's fee? Should I file a claim based on the fact that the broker is related to the LL?

Thanks again!!!

: 20g to renovate a 1 bedroom apt is in the range. Your vacancy lease(the first one you signed) should have had a rider attached explaining how your rent was arrived at. The LL is sending you a statement explaining how the rent was arrived t, so then you'll see.Curious to know if that last tenant was rent controlled. On the registration history it will have a RC somewhere by the last tenants name if he was rent controlled, or a RS if stabilized.

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