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Does a landlord have to show a prospective tenant proof of the last chargeable rent for a premise?


Yes!  When a landlord has a prospective tenant, he must inform the tenant in writing of the rent charged to the last tenant, or if an increase has taken place in accordance with the provisions of the Act, the landlord must show the prospective the Rent Commissioner's Certificate or the Notice of Agreed Increase duly signed by the Commissioner.

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