There is a tremendous amount of upheaval in the Rent Stabilization space around past and future deregulations and overcharges.
• There is the Altman case, which probably means that 250,000 deregulated apartments are really still subject to Rent Stabilization.
• There are the Rent Laws of 2015, which changed the way you can deregulate in the future.
• There is the Grimm line of cases, allowing tenants to look back BEYOND four-years on overcharges.
• Then, of course, there is the Roberts case and all the illegal J-51 High Rent Vacancy Deregulations and nobody knows what the rents are there.
Things get harder to understand and navigate all the time. But in this session – we are not going to waste any time complaining (we never do).
In this session – we are going to give LandlordsNY members the bottom line on the exact status of all this law. We will tell you what might change and what is pretty set in stone. We will tell you best practices and point out where you have decisions to make. The most exciting part is that we are going to take you through a sample building-wide risk analysis. You will walk out of this session with actionable information with respect to all this law about how to:
• Understand the risks in your building
• Prevent problems
• Deal with existing tenant disputes
• Maximize the rent roll for the future legally
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