Article 1.o-During the period from 1 April 1963 to 31 March 1964, rents of renting and subleasing of urban real estate, intended for all or part of the room, offices, commercial premises or Industrial and local authorities, which are occupied by sports or social institutions, can only be increased by up to 10% of the income legally in force by 31 March 1963.
In addition, the owner may recharge such rents in the amount equivalent to the largest real estate contribution to be paid in 1963 and in the corresponding period of 1964. These surcharges shall be distributed by the owner in equal instalments in the corresponding months of the years in which the surcharge is authorized.
Infringement of the provisions of subparagraph 1 shall be punished by a fine of one to ten vital monthly salaries of a particular employee of the department concerned, without prejudice to any civil action which is appropriate to the persons concerned.
The Department of Industry and Commerce shall report to the competent judge the infringements which it has established for the purposes of the application of the fine. The Court shall, in such cases, be brief and summarily. The proceeds of the fines will be for the benefit of the Corporation of Housing. Both this body and the Industry and Trade Directorate will be able to take part in the relevant trial.
It shall be the competent judge who has been responsible for the hearing of the eviction trial.