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Section 13 Notice to Increase Rent (2022)

This easy-to-follow Section 13 Rent Increase Notice will allow you to increase the rent. With clear instructions, you'll be able to comply with the law and ensure your tenants are aware of the new rates. 

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1. The Section 13 Rent Increase Notice

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2. A new Tenancy Agreement should you need it 

3. An Addendum Agreement

4. A Section 21 Notice to legally end the tenancy should you need it.

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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.

You can read more about Section 13 and options for increasing rent here:

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