RTB PUBLISHES GUIDELINES FOR GOOD PRACTICE ON THE "SUBSTANTIAL CHANGE" EXEMPTION IN RENT PRESSURE ZONES

The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has published a comprehensive set of guidelines for landlords and tenants, and those working in the rental sector, on what constitutes “substantial change” in rented  properties for the purposes of exemptions from rent pressure zone measures. A “substantial change” in the nature of accommodation provided by a landlord can be the basis for the landlord claiming exemption from the rent increase restriction of 4% per year that applies in Rent Pressure Zones.

 Copy of the guidelines are attached below

 

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