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What is in the agreement about allowing viewings please?
What does the agreement say about the rent increase procedure?>
permit the landlord or the landlords agent at reasonable hours in the daytime within the last 28 days of the tenancy to enter and view the property with prospective tenants or purchasers
i cant see anything in the contract about rent increase
Does it say they need to give 24 hours or anything?
Ok - 24 hours notice I consider to be reasonable
As for any rent increase the Landlord needs your consent.
If you refuse to agree to the increase (which they should give you notice of their intention to do so) then they can't increase it
However if you dispute the rent increase you can give notice to the Landlord that you seek to go to the Rents Valuation Tribunal
They would consider whether the proposed rent is fair.
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Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
As we have given her notice to leave i wondered if i am able to leave the contract at the dates end or whether i am required to give the full 1 month notice
You are required to give 1 months notice if that is what your contract states
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