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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 90 . (Relocated)
Section 30. Rental complaints by tenants

3 AAC 90.030. Rental complaints by tenants

(a) Upon delivery of the notice required in sec. 20 of this chapter, a tenant or prospective tenant who believes that the proposed rent increase for the rental unit occupied or about to be occupied is unjustified may file a complaint with the Emergency Rent Review Board for his or her area. A complaint must be filed within 15 days after the receipt of a notice of intent to increase the rent; however, complaints as to rent increases which become effective within 120 days before a declaration of housing emergency must be filed within 30 days of that declaration.

(b) Complaints may be on forms provided by the board, but any written statement which clearly delineates the complaint of the tenant shall be accepted as a properly filed complaint.

(c) A person who is unable to prepare a written complaint may make an oral statement to the board which clearly delineates his or her complaint, and this complaint shall be accepted by the board. The board shall prepare a memorandum of an oral complaint which shall be signed by the complaining party.

History: Eff. 5/6/75, Register 54; am 11/15/75, Register 56

Authority: AS 34.06.030


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