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On Petition for Review of a Decision of the District of Columbia Rental Housing Commission

Argued December 13, 2001

Petitioner Carillon House Tenants’ Association (“Tenants’ Association”) seeks review of a decision of the District of Columbia Rental Housing Commission (“RHC”) authorizing a rent ceiling surcharge that would include three hundred months (or twenty-five years) of interest for recovery of the cost of a capital improvement loan obtained by intervenor Carillon House, L.P. (“Housing Provider”). The Tenants’ Association contends that the statute in question, D.C. Code � 42-3502.10 (2001), formerly D.C. Code � 45-2520 (1996), allows only for recoupment of ninety-six months (or eight years) of interest on such loans. Because the plain language of the statute, together with corresponding regulations and the legislative history, provide for the recovery of total costs to include all interest specified by the terms of the capital improvement loan, we affirm.

 
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