RRRA

(redirected from Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997)
AcronymDefinition
RRRARideau River Residence Association (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
RRRARoad Rescue Recovery Association (UK)
RRRARed River Radio Amateurs (Fargo, ND)
RRRARent Regulation Reform Act of 1997 (New York City Rent Guidelines Board; New York, NY)
RRRARegional Rail Reorganization Act of 1973
RRRAResidential Rent Regulation Act (Canada)
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1997 Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997 extends rent regulation, but seeks to cut back on the number of regulated units.
The Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997 has made some significant inroads to provide equity for landlords, but there is still a quagmire of politics and landmines to navigate.
The gains achieved by the Rent Stabilization Association (RSA) and a united industry through the Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997 cannot be allowed to erode through legislative or judicial actions.
Over the past year, our profile was framed in terms of our advocacy on behalf of a united real estate industry, which led to the successful passage of the Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997.
The Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997 (RRRA) has liberalized the high rent/high income deregulation provisions, As of January 1, 1998, apartments which have a legal monthly rent of at least $2,000 may be decontrolled based upon a reduced income threshold.
The result was the historic Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997 - the crowning achievement in a year that brought numerous positive results for the industry.
The pace of rent growth will continue to be strong in the next year or two, pushed by more generous vacancy allowances authorized by the Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997, a low rental housing vacancy rate, declining rent collection losses, and greater opportunities for vacant apartment and major capital improvements.
According to the new provisions that were instituted as part of the State Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997, upon a second adjournment at the request of the respondent/tenant or upon the 30th day after the first appearance by the parties, a deposit of rent for use and occupancy must be made with the court within five days.