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Do you know what type of tenancy you have?
Ok. The Landlord can only increase it by serving a S.13 notice. It must be in the prescribed format. Please see:
If not, then its not binding. It gives you a right of appeal.
You can stay paying old rent until the hearing. But if its found the new rent is fair then that is backdated.
But if you havent been served this notice, you can pay existing rent.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
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If you google search s.13 notice its the second one down.
If says DOC: Tenancy form 4: landlords' notice proposing a new rent under
Its that one.
Does that clarify?
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