Senior advisor to U.S. President Donald Trump Jared Kushner listens as Trump speaks on the telephone with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto August 27, 2018 in Washington, DC.
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By Bernard Condon / AP
August 27, 2018

(NEW YORK) — The Kushner family real estate company has been fined $210,000 by New York City regulators following an Associated Press investigation that showed it routinely filed false documents with the city claiming it had no rent-regulated tenants in its buildings when it, in fact, had hundreds.

The city buildings department on Monday fined the Kushner Cos. for filing 42 false applications for construction work on more than a dozen buildings when presidential adviser Jared Kushner ran the business.

The false documents allowed the company to escape extra scrutiny during construction that watchdog group Housing Rights Initiative has said led to harassment of low-paying, rent-regulated tenants to get them to leave.

The Kushner Cos. did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


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