Rent increase in statutory periodic tenancy
Tenancy Types and Management

Bridget Clarke
Bridget Clarke
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16 years ago
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We are landlords for a property that was initially rented out with a fixed term contract for one year. Following this (for nearly 18 months now) the tenants have remained on the same terms except now a months notice period. I understand this is now a statutory period tenancy.

We would like to increase the rent but remain on the same terms otherwise if possible (i.e not to do a further fixed term tenancy agreeemt). Form 13 guidance note 9, states that we need a different form to do this i.e a 'Notice proposing different terms for a Statutory Periodic tenancy' . Is this true? Is there a reason why we cannot use form 13? Where do we get this other form?

Also - are there any websites to guide us on average rent increases in our area?


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