Housing Violations Weren't Removed
LVT Number: 15929
Landlord applied for MCI rent hikes. The DHCR ruled against landlord because there were outstanding hazardous building violations. Landlord appealed. The court and appeals court ruled against landlord. Landlord didn't submit proof to the DHCR that all ''C'' violations had been removed. The DHCR properly denied the MCI hikes.
Weinreb Mgmt. v. DHCR: NYLJ, 6/24/02, p. 19, col. 2 (App. Div.1 Dept.; Saxe, JP, Sullivan, Lerner, Rubin, Friedman, JJ)