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Re: Major Capital Improvements Q HELP

Posted by B. Rivera on July 20, 1999 at 16:31:16:

In Reply to: Re: Major Capital Improvements Q HELP posted by Mark Smith on July 20, 1999 at 15:24:42:

That brings up another question. I don't know if they filed. Are the tenants supposed to be notified if they've filed or is that only if they plan on raising the rent because of the MCI?

: If I were you, I would take the position that the landlord is responsible for re-installing legal security gates and any air conditioners, especially if your rent includes charges for air conditioners or air conditioning electricity. If the landlord refuses to re-install them, you can raise the issue in opposition to the the landlord's application to DHCR for a Major Capital Improvement (MCI) rent increase.

: : After 50 years they are installing new windows in my building. Is the management responsible for re-installing air conditioners and window gates?

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