Violation Placed on Building After MCI Application Docketed

LVT Number: #29744

The DRA granted landlord's application for MCI rent hikes based on the installation of a roof water tank. Tenant appealed and lost. Tenant claimed that there were hazardous violations in the building. But once an MCI application is docketed indicating that all conditions that caused an immediately hazardous violation to be placed on the building have been remedied, the placement of new violations on the building won't be grounds for denying an MCI rent hike. 

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Whitman: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. FO430002RT (9/7/18) [2-pg. doc.]