Rent control
Rent control is part of a system of rent regulation, administered by a court or a public authority, which limits the changes that can be made in the price of renting a house or other real property. Th...
Rent control - 1-BR, $1000: Rent Control in Court Test
A quarter of New York City's population now lives in rent-regulated apartments. Half of the city's private rental market and a third of total housing stock is subject to rent regulation. Rent-r...
Rent control - LA tenants battle landlord's online-only rent payment rule
The new rule requiring online payments was aimed at getting these residents — many of whom benefit from the city's rent-control policies — out of the building so that the management comp...
Rent control - The Legal War Over NYC's Rent Regulations
What's the difference between price controls on milk and price controls on rent? Do landlords in Manhattan and trailer-park owners near San Diego have the same rights? Is rent stabilization in ...
Rent control in Scotland
Rent control in Scotland is based upon the statutory codes relating to private sector residential tenancies. Although not strictly within the private sector, tenancies granted by housing associations...
Rent control in New York
Rent Regulation in New York State takes the form of rent control and rent stabilization programs. Each city in the state may choose whether to participate or not, and as of 2007, 51 municipalities par...
Landlord and Tenant (Rent Control) Act 1949
The Landlord and Tenant (Rent Control) Act 1949 (12, 13 & 14 Geo. VI c. 40) was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom, intended to control excessive rents being charged by landlords. It exten...
Rent regulation in Canada
Rent regulation in Canada is a set of laws and policies which control the amount by which rental prices for real property can increase year to year. Each province can pass legislation, where the purpo...
Rent control in Ontario
Rent Control in Ontario refers to a system of rent regulation in Ontario, Canada which limits the amount by which the rent paid by tenants for rental accommodation can increase.
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Rent Act 1977
The Rent Act 1977 (c. 42) was an Act of Parliament passed in the United Kingdom. The Act introduced the protected tenancy in England and Wales. The organization setting the rent, the Valuation Office ...
Furnished Houses (Rent Control) Act 1946
The Furnished Houses (Rent Control) Act 1946 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that and set up rent tribunals to control rents in the private sector. and regulated renting prices. Fol...
Rent control in England and Wales
Rent regulation in England and Wales is the part of English land law that creates rights and obligations for tenants and landlords. The main areas of regulation concern,In general, people renting home...
Block v. Hirsh
Block v. Hirsh, 256 U.S. 135 (1921), is a United States Supreme Court case which upheld a temporary rent control law in the District of Columbia. It set a precedent in American law that government...
Rent Control (2005 film)
Rent Control is a television movie starring Melissa Joan Hart and Carmen Electra. It was filmed in 2002, but premiered on ABC Family in 2005. It was written and directed by David Eric Brenner. Outsi...
Rent assessment committee
A rent assessment committee is a tribunal in England and Wales set up under the rent acts whose main task is to assess fair and market rents of properties referred to it.There is a statutory right of ...