No, the proposed legislation does not provide for rent control. Rent control limits rent rates in a city and most rent control legislation caps the maximum amount of rent that a landlord can charge a tenant for occupancy of a unit as well as the amount that the rent may be increased per year. No provision in the proposed good cause eviction legislation limits a landlord’s ability to increase rent. The proposed legislation does, however, prevent a landlord from evicting a tenant who fails to pay rent after a landlord has unjustifiably increased the rent. A landlord may justify a rent increase if the landlord has made improvements or repairs to the premises.