If and so long as a tenancy was precluded from being a protected tenancy by virtue only of the resident landlord exemption1, it was to be treated as a restricted contract2 notwithstanding that the rent might not include payment for the use of furniture or for services3, and so might be referred to a rent tribunal for the registration of a reasonable rent4. If a rent was registered by a rent tribunal for such a tenancy and subsequently the tenancy became a protected tenancy, the amount so registered was deemed to be registered under
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