Landlord Didn't Clear Immediately Hazardous HPD Violations

LVT Number: #24868

Landlord sought MCI rent hikes based on the installation of a gravity water tank. The DRA ruled against landlord because there were pending HPD "C" violations for immediately hazardous conditions at the building. Landlord appealed and lost. The DRA notified landlord of the 45 outstanding "C" violations and requested additional information on March 24, 2010. The DRA advised landlord that no MCI increase could be granted unless the violations were removed from HPD's Web site. Landlord showed that it submitted a dismissal request form to HPD on March 30, 2010.

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