Daughter Proves She's Rent-Controlled Tenant's Successor

LVT Number: #30628

Prior landlord asked the DHCR to determine whether tenant was rent regulated. Landlord claimed that the building had been substantially rehabilitated. The DRA closed the case in 2004 because prior landlord didn't submit a new Certificate of Occupancy. But the DRA stated that landlord could refile at a later date with a new C of O and an updated tenant list so that tenants would be part of the proceeding. New landlord later refiled and submitted the C of O. But the DRA ruled against landlord because it failed to file a complete application for exemption.

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Monmar Plaza, LP: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. HQ210002RO (12/4/19) [3-page doc.]