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NEW YORK CITY—A slew of building owner recipients of 421-a tax breaks have been put on notice by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and other public officials that they haven’t fulfilled the law’s rent-regulation requirements. A total of 194 property owners—who Schneiderman’s office declined to identify to GlobeSt.com—received letters notifying them of the violation.


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