Landlord's 2016 Application for Deregulation Sent Back to DRA for Reconsideration

LVT Number: #30282

Landlord filed a petition for high-rent/high-income deregulation of tenant's rent-stabilized apartment in 2016. The DRA ruled against landlord because a vacancy had occurred in 2015 and the legal regulated rent of the apartment was $2,500 or more per month, so the apartment was exempt from luxury deregulation and not subject to the DHCR's jurisdiction. Landlord appealed, and the case was reopened. Landlord sought clarification of the DRA's decision because the ruling may be contrary to the Rent Act of 2015.

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Glenwood Management Corp.: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. FR410045RO (6/3/19) [2-pg. doc.]