Tenant's Son Gets Rent-Stabilized Apartment

LVT Number: #30108

Rent-stabilized tenant's son complained to the DHCR that he had succession rights to tenant's apartment and that landlord refused to give him a renewal lease. The DRA ruled against the son. The son appealed and won. The DHCR found that he was disabled and had proved that he lived in the apartment with tenant for at least one year before tenant moved out. Landlord then filed an Article 78 court appeal, and the court sent the case back to the DHCR for further fact-finding. The DRA ruled for tenant's son, and landlord appealed.

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991 Carroll St LLC: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. GO210018RO (3/27/19) [11-pg. doc.]