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What can a tenant do if he has paid an unlawful rent?

If a landlord has charged a tenant a rent which is in excess of the maximum chargeable rent under the Act, the tenant may recover from the landlord the excess so charged in accordance with the provisions of the Section 28 of the Rent Increases (Domestic Premises) Control Act 1978.

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