Rent Stabilization Code Amendments Approved
On January 8th, 2014, DHCR officially adopted amendments to the Rent Stabilization Code. The amendments, which are effective immediately, are the same as the proposed version that was released on April 24, 2013, despite extensive comments by the RSA and other owner organizations opposing the proposed changes.
Below is a link to a brief summary of the most significant amendments that were adopted by DHCR, as well as a link to a complete summary of all adopted amendments. We will provide a more in-depth analysis of these amendments and any related developments in our upcoming February 2014 edition of the RSA Reporter.
>> RSA Summary of Adopted RS Code Amendments
>> Rent Stabilization Code Amendment Summary and Complete Text
>> Revised DHCR Fact Sheets and Updated Procedures
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