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What can a landlord or tenant do if not happy with the rent increase assessed by the Rent Commissioner?

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If a landlord or tenant is unhappy with the rent increase assessed for a rental premise, either party may lodge an application to have the terms of the initial rent increase certificate reviewed by the Rent Commissioner.  In such a case, the Commissioner shall consult the Rent Increases Advisory Panel, and shall thereafter serve on the landlord and tenant certificates specifying his decision.  

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