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    JohnS - you are not very well informed....

    If a TA has provision for rent increases within the 1 yr fixed term contract - then - the rent may indeed be increased - as long as the 60 day notice is given. Rent increase allowed was (thankfully) written into the TA.

    Tenants have been treated reasonably ( I could have given a bigger rent increase) and have been treated fairly (legal requirements were met).

    Veg

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnS View Post
    You have a one year agreement, the rent is fixed for that period. If you increase it the tenants can go to the property tribunal.
    A fixed term is for a fixed term. The duration of the agreement.
    Rental increases are another matter and can certainly be increased during a fixed term.


 

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