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    Hi

    I firstly would like to thank all persons who have helped with my other quiries. I am new to being a landlord and its a bit of a mine field.

    Can I inrease the rent yearly ? and do I just write to the tenants informing them.


    Thanks


    Katrina

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    See s.13 of Housing Act 1988. Also dcide whether Agreement already contains a rent increase clause/mechanism; if it does, s.13 will not apply.
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