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Just got a letter dated the 20th August 2007. Stating that rent was increasing by £25 a month from 31st August.

So thats 11 days warning when my notice period is 4 weeks!!!

Advice please.

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Just got a letter dated the 20th August 2007. Stating that rent was increasing by £25 a month from 31st August.

So thats 11 days warning when my notice period is 4 weeks!!!

Advice please.

Are you on a 6 month contract or longer? If so, he cannot increase your rent until this period expires.

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Are you on a 6 month contract or longer? If so, he cannot increase your rent until this period expires.

Even if you're not he has to give 2 months notice. 11 days is a joke. Another idiot newbie landlord who thinks he can raid his tenants bank account whenever it suits.

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This question is better suited to the MSE forum.

You'd get all the relevant links thrown at you for this.

They seem really HOT on landlord/tenant laws/rules there.

Just not so hot on a house price crash, credit crunch and global market effects.

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