New York City's rent stabilization laws are easily exploitable, NY Times reports

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Weak rent stabilization laws in New York City are ripe to be exploited, a new piece published in “The New York Times” found. While there are still roughly 1 million rent-stabilized apartments left in New York City, they’re starting to vanish one by one, according to the report.