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Re: Intercom System

Posted by DUH on November 13, 1999 at 18:32:54:

In Reply to: Re: Intercom System posted by Mark Smith on November 12, 1999 at 19:02:27:

: Kathleen asked: I live in a rent stabilized walk-up tenement in the West Village, NYC. Probably a 1920's, 20-unit building. ... [W]e do not have an intercom - just buzzers. Are they grandfathered on this?

: Anna replied: No.

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: Intercom systems are not required in buildings completed before January 1, 1968. Bell-buzzer systems are permitted in older buildings, but a majority of the tenants can demand -- and pay a rent increase for -- an intercom system [Multiple Dwelling Law 50-a].

So, Mr Smith, The correct answer is : NO. What part of that sentence did you not understand? And why don't you spend your time answering the unanswered emails instead of wasting time on this?

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