rent control


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rent control

regulation by law of the rent a landlord can charge for domestic accommodation and of his right to evict tenants.
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He said the absence of a new rent law was giving rise to such incidents and called upon the government to arrange early promulgation of rent control act in Islamabad save the traders from further problems.
The traders have long been demanding a 'balanced' rent control law in the capital.
The traders have appealed to the prime minister and the law minister to get the amended rent control bill passed from the Parliament.
They said that MNA Mian Abdul Manan and MNA from Islamabad Asad Umar had presented a private bill of rent control act in the National Assembly, which was approved by the concerned standing committee and the ICT administration, but it has not been passed into a law as yet.
The bill would give cities and counties the ability to curb rent hikes by landlords through rent control.
MAYBE Dan Cookson head of research, Lettingweb for PRS 4 Scotland Where forms of rent control exist, such as in Berlin, they have been balanced by strong tax incentives and land releases designed to promote supply and encourage investment in the sector.
The City desires to appoint an attorney to handle and represent the City of Bayonne Rent Control Board in all matters, including but not limited to, hearings and appeals held before the Rent Control Board.
We are planning to present the amended bill of rent control act in National Assembly in near future and if trade leaders have any good proposals, they should share with us, he said.
The state's General Assembly last week gave its approval to legislation ti introduce rent control on new 55+ senior housing, reversing a longstanding statewide policy of prohibiting municipalities from imposing rent control on new construction for 30 years.
In all, more than one-third of the city's total residential units were subject to rent control.
Rent control, seen by many economists as old-fashioned, has recently made a surprising comeback in one group of high-growth, dynamic economies - the Gulf.