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Increase the Rent - Section 13 Notice and Guide

Using this incredibly easy to follow Section 13 Notice with instructions you can increase the rent after the initial fixed term of the tenancy.  



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This Section 13 notice enables you to increase rent by following the correct statutory procedure.  There are statutory processes for increasing the rent in Assured Shorthold Tenancies. This is provided by section 13 of the Act.

It is important to understand the purpose of the section 13 procedure. It is intended to allow landlords to have a means of increasing rent during periodic tenancies. It is not available to use during the fixed term of the tenancy.

This Section 13 Notice includes comprehensive guidance notes and is available to download immediately.

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