Mayor's Office Didn't Prove Landlord Advertised for Unlawful Short-Term Rentals

LVT Number: #28326

The Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement issued three violation notices to landlord after observing three separate unlawful advertisements for short-term apartment rentals on Airbnb.com's website, in violation of Multiple Dwelling Law Section A1C8. At a hearing, landlord argued that there was no Section A1C8, and therefore, the violation notices were defective. The ALJ ruled for landlord and dismissed the violations. The Mayor's Office appealed and won, in part. The violation notices also stated that landlord violated Admin.

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Florentino: ECB App. No. 1701096 (2/15/18) [4-pg. doc.]