On Jan. 8, 2014, the Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) issued the first amendments to the Rent Stabilization Code in some 14 years. The amendments, 27 in all, are a mixed bag of regulatory changes ranging from the mere codification of judicial decisions, to technical fixes affecting few cases, to attempts to make the code more tenant friendly.

The scope of the amendments is extensive and the changes are immense and complex, precluding exhaustive treatment in a single article. As a result, this article will highlight what the authors believe to be some of the more immediately significant amendments.

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