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What does STBLN stand for?

STBLN stands for Stabilization

This definition appears very rarely

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Education Week says the bill contains “vague language and loopholes” regarding school budget stabilization funding.
Based on vacancy decontrol law, a landlord can take an apartment out of rent stabilization when the tenant makes more than $175,000 a year two years in a row and the apartment rents for more than $2,000 a month, regardless of size.
Reiss, (212) 579-2039, reports $2 million in Ford Foundation awards to Baltimore's National Arts Stabilization (NAS) for research on the impact of stabilization programs on their arts recipients, and grants of more than $1 million in matching funds to five New York City arts groups, including Dance Theatre of Harlem and Alvin Alley American Dance Theater, to help them establish or expand cash reserves or endowments.
Somewhere between a monomeric and an oligomeric HALS in molecular weight, it has relatively low volatility and both good surface stabilization and good solubility/migration balance.
Nationwide Initiative Will Connect State and Local Realtor[R] Boards to Local Neighborhood Stabilization Efforts WASHINGTON -- Leaders from the National Community Stabilization Trust, a nonprofit organization created to revitalize neighborhoods hit by the foreclosure crisis, and the National Association of Realtors[R] (NAR) today announced an innovative partnership to bring Realtors[R] to the forefront of local efforts to reclaim American neighborhoods devastated by high concentrations of foreclosed and abandoned property.
The Appellate Division held that these three "sweetheart" provisions contained in the leases were null and void as violating public policy, as well as the rent control and rent stabilization statutes.