Section 1.11 Anniversary Date
(Amended March 11, 1986; Subsection (a) renumbered and Subsection (b) added December 20, 1994; Subsection (b) repealed and adopted April 25, 1995; effective February 1, 1995)
(a) The anniversary date is the date on which the tenant's current rent became effective except in the case of certified capital improvements, rehabilitation, and/or energy conservation work which, when granted, do not affect or change the anniversary date. The next allowable rent increase shall take effect no less than one year from the anniversary date, but when imposed after one year, shall set a new anniversary date for the imposition of future rent increases.
(b) For Newly Covered Units, the first anniversary date shall be the date of the last lawful and effective rent increase imposed on or before May 1, 1994 or the date the tenancy commenced, whichever occurred later. The next allowable rent increase shall take effect no less than one year from the anniversary date, but, if it takes effect after more than one year, its effective date shall be the new anniversary date for purposes of future rent increases.