Landlord Didn't State if HPD Violation Corrected
LVT Number: 19482
Tenant complained that there was no hot water buildingwide. The DRA ruled for tenant, and landlord appealed. Landlord argued that tenant's claim wasn't true. Landlord said it recently installed a circulation pump and that water was shut off only for a couple of hours. The DHCR ruled against landlord. Tenant submitted a copy of an HPD violation with his complaint. The violation found a lack of hot water in tenant's apartment. The DRA advised landlord to submit proof that the violation was revoked because the condition had been corrected. Landlord stated in its answer that it was seeking access from tenant to inspect the plumbing system and make repairs as needed. But landlord didn't state whether the HPD violation was corrected or revoked, and didn't claim no access.
Algin Mgmt. Co. LLC: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. UK110016RO (2/9/07) [3-pg. doc.]
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