How to vary a tenancy agreement
Tenancy Types and Management

Portsmouth landlord
Portsmouth landlord
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12 years ago
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I have let a property for ten years on the basis that I pay the utility bills. Rather than keeping having to ask for regular increases due to rising utility bills, I would like to know if I can vary the shorthold tenancy agreements whereby the tenants are responsible for the bills. The tenants are aware I wish to do this and have raised no objections - but I just want to do it right.
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Chris Dixon

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