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What is it?

A Landlord needs to provide the tenant with information, in the prescribed form, when he/she intends to increase the rent for a property.

Legalhelpers provides Notices of Rent increase for Assured and Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements, which should cover the majority of Tenancy Agreements. Today, with the absence of an expression to the contrary, it is deemed that an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement has been created. If you have a copy of your Tenancy Agreement, it should state this at the top of the agreement.

Please also note that if the tenant does not believe that the rent increase is fair, he/she can refer it to the Rent Committee. If the Tenancy Agreement already provides a term for a rent increase, then this form is not required.

Finally, there is a minimum amount of notice that has to be given to the tenant before the increase can commence. Please state the date you wish the new rent to commence, and if the date you have specified is invalid we will work out the soonest possible date for you.

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