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Real Estate Agent: The new government policy to regulate the city

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Real Estate Agent: The new government policy to regulate the city residential property monthly rental rates mandates that there be a minimum and a maximum rental rate per apartment anywhere in the city. This is a welcome move because it will save the tenants from spending exorbitantly high amounts for those plush high-rise apartments.

A Resident: I don’t quite agree. In fact, because there will be a limit on how much the real estate agencies can earn per apartment, they will have little interest in maintaining the property and soon, many of these plush high-rise apartments will deteriorate and there will not be any place left for high quality accommodation in the city.

Which one of the following best describes how the resident counters the agent’s argument?

A) By alleging something that, if true, would weaken the plausibility of the agent’s conclusion
B) By questioning the truth of the purportedly factual statement on which the agent’s conclusion is based
C) By offering an interpretation of the agent’s opening statement that, if accurate, shows that there is an implicit contradiction in it
D) By pointing out that the agent’s point of view is biased
E) By arguing that the agent too narrowly restricts the discussion to only one part of the effect of the policy
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