Prevent Former Super from Becoming Rent-Stabilized Tenant

November 29, 2008
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If you are not careful when you hire a super who will live in a rent-stabilized apartment in your building, the super could maintain rights as a rent-stabilized tenant when he later quits or is fired from his job.

By law, the building superintendent is an employee of the owner. But the owner-employee relationship can become confusing if the owner treats the super as a tenant as well.

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