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INSTRUCTIONS TO LANDLORD 1. This form is to be used for dwelling units which are eligible for the percentage rent increase provided by the 1951 rent control law, for relief from increased costs and prices. In general, a unit is eligible if rent increases received since June 30, 1947, for the relief of increased costs, do not exceed 20 percent. The instructions in box C of this form tell how to find out whether or not a dwelling unit is eligible for the percentage increase.
2. Fill out three copies of this form for each dwelling unit. Fill out boxes A through D. Sign and date box E. The law provides that this form must be sworn to. This may be done before any officer authorized to take oaths. (Only one copy of the form need be signed by this officer.) Mail or deliver all three copies of the form to the Rent Office at the above address.
3. In some cases the increase in maximum rent provided by the Act goes into effect only after the Rent Office has issued an order--and in other cases it goes into effect as soon as this form is given to the Rent Office.
4. The increase cannot go into effect until the Rent 5. The increase goes into effect as soon as this form is Office issues an order, IF EITHER of the following is true: given to the Rent Office IF BOTH of the following
are true: (a) The dwelling unit did not have a maximum rent
(a) The dwelling unit had a maximum rent on June on June 30, 1947, OR
30, 1947, AND
(b) all required services, equipment, and repairs regulation.
are being furnished by the landlord. If either of these statements applies to the dwelling If both of these statements apply to a dwelling unit, unit, the percentage rent increase cannot be collected until the new maximum rent will be the amount shown in line 1 the landlord submits this form to the Rent Office and the of box C as soon as you have given this form to the Rent Rent Office issues an order fixing the new maximum rent. Office. 6. If your tenant requests a review of the rent increase, you have 15 days to submit an answer in writing to the Rent Osce.
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENANT If you believe that any of the statements including the certification--made by your landlord on this form are incorrect, you have 15 days to request the Rent Office to revoke or modify the rent increase. Put all your facts in a letter to the Rent Office, and mail or deliver a copy of it to your landlord. Put in your letter all the information given in box B of this form, and print the words "D-140" at the top of your letter. NOTICE
ORDER FIXING MAXIMUM RENT On the basis of this sworn application, the maximum
rent After consideration of this sworn application and other for the dwelling unit described in bok/Byis the amounty shown available evidence, the Rent Director orders that the in box C, line 7, of this form.
maximum rent for the dwelling unit described in box B ora is $...
per month. This maximum rent
is effective on the filing date stamped at the top of this Area Rent Director.
application ORDER OF INELIGIBILITY On the basis of the available evidence, the Rent Dis finds that the dwelling unit is not eligible for purcentage rent increase. This application is the denied.
Area Rent Director. AND MAL..
Area Rent Director. The law requires the landlord to refund to the tenant any rent collected in excess of the maximum rent.
Note.—If the dwelling unit did not have a maximum rent on June 30, 1947 (or it you do not know what the maximum rent was on June 30, 1947)-skip box C entirely. In this case, the Rent Office will issue an order fixing the maximum rent. This will be higher than the present maximum rent only if the dwelling unit qualifies for a percentage rent.increase under the requirements of the 1951 rent control law.
LEAVE THESE COLUMNS BLANK
COMPUTATION OF NEW MAXIMUM RENT
MAKE YOUR ENTRIES
IN THIS COLUMN
1. Enter the maximum rent on June 30, 1947
replacements, painting, and decorating);
or equipment ..... 3. Total of lines 1 and 2 (if no entry is made in line 2, repeat the line
1 entry here) 4. Enter any decreases in the maximum rent that have been ordered since June 30, 1947, for the following reasons ONLY: (a) Decreases in living space, services, furniture, furnishings,
or equipment. (6) Substantial deterioration of the dwelling unit. (e) Failure to perform ordinary repair, replacement, or main
tenance. . 6. Subtract line 4 from line 3, and enter the difference here. (If no
entry is required in line 4, repeat the line 3 entry here)
7. Total of lines 5 and 6
69,60 NOTE.--If the present maximum rent is higher than the amount computed on line 7, no further adjustment is authorized by this provision of the law. In such cases, DO NOT FILE THIS FORM WITH THE RENT OFFICE. D.
DECREASE IN SERVICES, ETC. If the landlord-without filing a report or receiving an order from the Rent Office--has decreased living space, or has decreased or failed to provide any item of services, furniture, furnishings, or equipment, or has failed to make ordinary repairs, replacements, or maintenance, he must show here the exact nature of the decrease in service, etc., and the date the decrease occurred.
IF NO DECREASE AS DESCRIBED ABOVE HAS OCCURRED, CHECK THIS BOX
CERTIFICATION 1, THE UNDERSIGNED, HEREBY CERTIFY that: The landlord is maintaining all services, furniture, furnishings, and equipment--including ordinary repairs, replacements, and maintenance-required by the Rent Regulations, or I have fully described in box D of this form any decreases in services, furniture, furnishings, and equipment-including ordinary repairs, replacements, and maintenance.
AFFIDAVIT I, THE UNDERSIGNED, HEREBY SWEAR (OR AFFIRM) that all of the statements I have made on this form are true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this day
Signature of landlord)
liber Alaxandor Sumur, Inc.,
(Name of officer)
(Signature of landlord's agent)
... GOVERNOENT POINTI rice
ALEXANDER SUMMER, Inc. A preliminary investigation by the Rent Director indicates that the Maximum Rent for the abovedescribed accommodations should be decreased
5 (c) 3 x On the grounds stated in Section(s)
of the Rent Regulation. Therefore, the
month Rent Director proposes to decrease the Maximum Rent from $. 69.50........ per ....
The Rent Director further proposes that the order decreasing the Maximum Rent shall be effective
for the reason(s) stated in Section(s) of the Rent Regulations,
5 In the event you wish to file a reply to this proposed action, such reply must be filed within days from the date of this notice.
WRITTEN EVIDENCE SUPPORTING YOUR REPLY MUST ALSO BE FILED. Your statements and supporting evidence should be typed or legibly written. The ADDRESS of the above housing accommodations and the DOCKET NUMBER appearing on this notice should be placed on each document filed.
I no reply and supporting evidence are filed within the above period, the Rent Director may enter an order decreasing the Maximum Rent without further notice.
Oct. 12.1952 NOTICE TO YONENTI
This proceeding to breedron.pl omplaint and reply is to be filed by the landlordan
736 El Avome, Teaneok, New Jersey
TO: (Name and Addren of Tenant)
786 Ela Avande
Teanecko New Jersey
The Area Rent Director, after consideration of all the evidence in this matter, has determined that the maximum rent for the above described housing accommodations should be decreased on the grounds stated in Section (s) 50ml
of the Rent Regulation, and further for the reason(s) stated in Section (s)
of the Rent Regulation, the maximum rent so decreased and determined by this Order shall be effective from August 14th, 1951.
Therefore, it is ordered that the maximum rent for the above-described accommodations be, and it hereby is, decreased from $
per month effective from August. 18th, 1861... No rent in excess of $. 12.30 (maximum rent estab lished by this Order) may be received or demanded. Decorating and ropairs.
Doe to decrease 1 services of Palating,
Any rent collected from the effective date of this Order in excess of the amount provided in this Order shall be refunded to the tenant within 30 days from the date this Order is issued unless the refund is stayed in accordance with the provisions of Rent Procedural Regulation 2.
This Order is now in effect and will remain in effect until changed by the Office of the Housing Expediter.
NOTICE TO LANDLORD.-The penalties for collecting rent in excess of the maximum rent established by this
order are set forth on the back of this Form.
NOTICE TO LANDLORD AND TENANT
This is a final ORDER which has been issued by the Area Rent Director decreasing the maximum rent for the accommodations described therein.
THIS ORDER IS IMPORTANT-READ IT CAREFULLY.-As of the date of issuance this Order establishes the maximum rent for both future and the past rental periods. Any rent in excess of the maximum rent, as finally fixed by this Order, which has been collected since the effective date of this Order, must be refunded to the tenant or tenants from whom it was collected,
NOTICE TO LANDLORD
You are in violation of the Rent Regulation if:
(a) You collect rent in excess of the maximum rent fixed by this Order.
where the refund is stayed in accordance with Rent Procedural Regulation 2.
The duty to make such refund is yours and you should make every effort to locate any prior tenants to whom a refund is due.
Notify this office of the name(s) of tenant(s) to whom refund(s) was (were) made; date of refund; and the amount paid to sach.
Failure to comply with this Order may subject you to a suit by the tenant or United States Government for three times the total of the amount refundable under the Order and any amount subsequently collected in excess of that fixed by the order, or $50, whichever is the greater.
NOTICE TO TENANT
You should examine this Order and pay no more than the reduced rent fixed therein. You should ascer. tain whether you paid rent to the landlord for any period after the effective date (the date appearing in both of the first two paragraphs), and compare the rent you paid with the reduced rent stated in this Order. The difference is the amount of refund due you for each rental period.
If you have paid rent in excess of the amount established by this Order and you do not receive:
(a) The refund from your landlord within 30 days, or
Rent Procedural Regulation 2 you have a right to institute suit against your landlord for three times the amount refundable, or $50, which. ever is the greater, plus attorney fees and costs.
If you do not receive either the refund or the notice referred to above, and you do not intend to institute suit, you should notify this office accordingly.