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Brooklyn developer overcharged tenants by more than $1M at new 421a building: lawsuit

Housing Rights Initiative is accusing a Brooklyn landlord of overcharging rent-stabilized tenants at a newly constructed 421a building in Clinton Hill by more than $1 million. The tenant-advocacy group, led by Aaron Carr, organized tenants at 74 Grand Avenue to file a class action-seeking lawsuit against developer Jacob Neiss, which was delivered in Brooklyn Supreme Court Wednesday. HRI, which over the past two-and-a-half years has organized more than 50 lawsuits against landlords alleging abuses of the […]

source https://therealdeal.com/2019/04/25/brooklyn-developer-overcharged-tenants-by-more-than-1m-at-new-421a-building-lawsuit/

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