In their Rent Regulation column, Warren A. Estis and Jeffrey Turkel, partners at Rosenberg & Estis, analyze a recent dismissal of an overcharge complaint where DHCR, as affirmed by the New York County Supreme Court, held that the tenant had failed to prove that a variety of inconsistencies in the rental history amounted to fraud, and therefore the agency could not look beyond the four-year look back period.
Rent Overcharge: Supreme Court Tackles Four-Year Rule
New York Law Journal
March 6, 2013
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