England Landlord Guidance

Changing the Rent

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How To Increase The Rent

There are three ways to increase the rent for an assured shorthold tenancy: clause in the tenancy agreement or agreement with the tenant or by notice under section 13 of the Housing Act 1988. At the bottom of this article is detailed information for completing a section 13 form.

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Questions and Answers (for this topic and country)

Rent Increase When Tenant Is On Housing Benefit

i have a tenant paying rent through housing benefit. i increased the rent after giving 2 months notice, by £20 per week. the tenant is still paying the old rent and now 4 months arrears has built

My tenants have agreed to a rent increase.

My tenants and I have agreed that their rent is to be increased. Does this effect the deposit lodged with the DPS which is currently equivalent to one month's rent or should I ask the tenants for

Rent increase clause in Tenancy agreement

We have a landlord who insists on giving a new tenant a 3 year tenancy agreement despite our recommendation not to do so. However they are the client & we will follow their instruction but ...

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