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NYC Moves to Stop Fake Renovation Filings Used to Evict Renters

2018-09-25 02:27:30| National Real Estate Investor

A report from tenant advocacy group the Housing Rights Initiative found more than 10,000 false renovation applications over the course of two and a half years.

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