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fair rent

a rent fixed under the Rent Acts taking account of all the circumstances (other than personal circumstances) and, in particular, the age, character, locality and state of repair of the DWELLING house and, if any furniture is provided for use under the tenancy, to its quantity, quality and condition.
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After the average rent in the proximity area is calculated, the fair rent is set at 90 per cent of that, unless the tenant is a refugee or a sufferer, so the rate is 80 per cent.
On the occasion, Rab Nawaz said that trading community had been struggling for a fair rent control act for the last many years because they were not feeling comfortable with current law and thanked ICCI for always supporting this just cause of traders.
Rab Nawaz said that trading community had been vying for a fair rent control act for the last many years because they were not feeling comfortable with current law and thanked ICCI for always supporting this just cause of traders.
The bill, introduced by Upper Manhattan Council member Robert Jackson, would require landlords and tenants to participate in mediation and arbitration if they can't agree on a fair rent for a commercial space.
Secker also talked about means of fair rent control methods that provide affordable options for the low-income renter but also treat the home or apartment owner fairly.
He also served as a director of the Metropolitan Fair Rent Committee, also an apartment house owners organization.
uk - to give tenants advice on various topics including home safety, legal rights, how to agree a fair rent, and an opportunity to link with other tenants to share "experiences and solutions to problems".
It covers clauses, negotiating methods, obtaining the most favorable terms, negotiating fair rent, limiting escalations, limiting liability, enforcing tenant rights, sublets, CAM costs/operating expenses and audit rights.
James, 36, said: "After receiving the lease we had the house assessed and were told a fair rent was pounds 300.
The issue is simply this: It's about abiding by the terms of lease contracts which require the lessees to pay a fair rent for the properties they lease.
The rent formula left the potential for us to make a profit and pay a fair rent to the Government of Canada.
The disparate legal impact of choosing between the fair rent and forced subsidy fictions is exemplified by two judicial opinions.