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    Rent increase, agreement from tenants?

    Hi All,

    I'm looking to increase the rent by way of issuing a Section 13 notice. Tenants have been in the property since Oct 2008 and now on periodical. What I'm unsure about is getting their agreement. The notice is just that, do I need to include a form for them to sign so I have their written agreement or do I just wait and if I don't hear from them and they pay the increase accept that as their agreement. I've read all the past threads here but can't find anything about tenants agreement to the increase. I'm not expecting them to complain, its a small increase and well within market rates.

    Thanks
    Belinda

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