fair rent


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fair rent

n
(Social Welfare) (in Britain) the rent for a private tenancy, fixed and registered by a rent officer, and based on the size, condition, and usefulness of the property, but not its scarcity value
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The furniture of this little apartment was very respectable, for Madame de la Rocheaimard, besides paying a pretty fair rent, had hired it just after the revolution, when the prices had fallen quite half, and the place had, by no means, the appearance of that poverty which actually reigned within.
The database will also say whether landlords charge a fair rent, ask for too much deposit or slap on sky-high letting fees.
It will also provide details on whether landlords and agents are charging a fair rent, asking for too much deposit or demanding unjustified letting fees.
CCFC has a great stadium available at a fair rent, they have a good manager with a lot of ambition, and crucially they have a fan base that would increase if the legal issues were settled and the club had a period of stability allowing them to concentrate on promotion to the Championship league, where they should be.
The amendment to tenancy contract may be brought into effect only upon expiry of an existing tenancy contract whereby the rent for the property may be reviewed, and if there is a disagreement regarding the same, the Dubai Rental Disputes Settlement Centre shall have the authority to settle the fair rent for the property.
On the occasion directed the State Department to issue notices of fair rent to administration and shopkeepers of markets, run under the KMC's state department then authority will charge rent of its shops as per market value.
In a Senedd debate the Cardiff Central AM said that many countries across the world have fair rent regulations.
In a Senedd debate the Cardiff Central AM said many countries across the world have fair rent regulations.
A valuation report prepared either by a Land Registry valuations' officer or by a valuer to determine the fair rent of a property situated in a rent control area should consider the assumptions set out in the Rent Control Law, taking into account the market rent and the average rents of the proximity area, as well as all the circumstances, other than the personal ones, such as the age, character, size, location, condition of the premises and where the building is listed whether the landlord executed any works, the costs and services provided.