Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-68f-4 - Redetermination of Rent and Household Composition

Current through March 4, 2022

The lease shall provide for the redetermination of rent and household composition, and shall include:

(1) The frequency of regular rental redetermination and the basis for interim redetermination;
(2) An agreement by the tenant to furnish such information and certifications regarding household composition and income as may be necessary for the landlord to make determinations with respect to rent, eligibility, and the appropriateness of dwelling unit size;
(3) An agreement by the tenant to transfer to an appropriately-sized dwelling unit based on household composition, upon proper notice by the landlord that such a dwelling unit is available; and
(4) Provisions indicating that when the landlord redetermines the amount of rent payable by the tenant, not including determination of the landlord's schedule of utility allowances, or determines that the tenant shall transfer to another dwelling unit based on household composition, the landlord shall notify the tenant in writing of the basis for the landlord's determination, and indicate that if the tenant does not agree with the determination, the tenant shall have the right to request a hearing under the landlord's grievance procedure.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-68f-4
Effective July 11, 2014

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