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Where we reading the same thing?....

Posted by Will on April 19, 1999 at 19:37:03:

In Reply to: What a lame answer from RGB!!!!!! posted by Hawk on April 19, 1999 at 18:28:19:

Yes a landlord can use a stabilized apartment as a bed & breakfast if the property is located in a commercial zone. If not they are violating zoning regulation. If the operation whether legal or not of the B&B causes habitilbity problems then the other tenants can sue for decrease in rent due to decrease in habilability...
Where wasn't the question answered....or did the answer rile you because it surprise you like it did me when I read it first?


: RGB never answered the simple question posed. What nonsense! That answer could just as well have been written by the landlord who had illegally taken residential rent stabilized apartments off the rental market and unilaterally converted those apartments in commercial units.

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