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Posted by MikeW on January 27, 1999 at 12:16:57:

In Reply to: Is there a limit to how much rent can be raised on non-stabilized apts in NYC? posted by scott on January 27, 1999 at 11:19:40:

The short answer is no. If the apartment isn't subject to regulation, they can charge what ever they want. This is on a new/renewal lease, or with notice if month to month.

The only possibility to prevent this is to show that the apartment is or should be regulated. Some possibilities:

- It meets the criteria but the the LL never registered it
- It was knocked out of stabilization improperly

Either of these, or any others that might exist will require significant research and/or legal fees.

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