Inspection Showed Apartment Had Been Painted
LVT Number: #19571
Rent-controlled tenant complained of a reduction in apartment services. The DRA ruled for tenant and reduced her rent. Landlord later applied for rent restoration based on restoration of services. The DRA ruled for landlord. Tenant appealed, claiming that landlord hadn't painted her apartment in over three years. The DHCR ruled against tenant. Landlord filed a prior rent restoration application in 2004. At that time, the DRA found that landlord had properly painted and plastered the apartment, except for the bathroom wall and under the kitchen sink. These were the only areas landlord needed to prove were painted when it filed its new rent restoration application. Inspection showed that these areas were now painted, and the DRA properly restored tenant's rent.
Lopez: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. UJ220009-RT (1/31/07) [2-pg. doc.]
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