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Re: Thank you & a question

Posted by Dee on November 02, 2001 at 00:10:34:

In Reply to: Thank you & a question posted by Rose on October 30, 2001 at 18:48:35:

: First I wanted to thank everyone who responded to me in regard to my noisy upstairs neighbor. I compiled a log of my complaints and called the Quality of Life Hotline and the police arrived in less that 5 minutes! This is the first week that I've had peace and quiet in the last 2 years and I really appreciate all the support I received!

: Now for my question. Could someone tell me specifically what the difference is between "rent stabilized" and "rent controlled?" My rent has been raised every year that I renewed my lease and I was told that my building was "rent stabilized," but one of my co-workers just told me that this means my building is "rent controlled." Thanks again!

Read your lease and those lease renewal forms: they say stabilized, don't they?

Unless you moved in prior to 1974 (or 1971?) or moved into and took over a lease from someone who did, you cannot possibly be RC in NYC. (are you in Frisco?, don't know what they call it there......))

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