Category: Letter to/from Tentants

Letter to Notify End of Rental Agreement 0

Letter to Notify End of Rental Agreement

Since rental agreements are for a specified period of time, the tenants have to evacuate the place when the agreement ends. When the period of agreement ends, the landlord and the tenant can negotiate on whether to continue with a new agreement or just end the prior one. The landlord should send a notification letter to the tenant well before the end date so that he may take necessary measures...

Letter to Criticize a Tenant for not Paying Rent 0

Letter to Criticize a Tenant for not Paying Rent

For some tenants, a regular criticism from the landlord might be their favorite dose. You could be counted among the fortunate people of the world if you are a landlord of some good tenants. Of course, not all tenants are teasing but let’s agree that majority is. The thing that annoys most landlords is the non-payment or late payment of rents from their tenants. Criticism letters are helpful to shake...

Letter to Confirm a Renovation Agreement 0

Letter to Confirm a Renovation Agreement

For the purpose of construction or renovation, services of relevant construction companies are taken. The process goes on like this; an order is presented by the one seeking service. The service providers look into the project to see if they can do it. If the project finalizes, both the service provider and service taker agree to the terms and condition as well as expenses. An agreement letter is then signed....

Letter Announcing an Increase in the Monthly Rent 0

Letter Announcing an Increase in the Monthly Rent

Rent and lease are almost the same. The main difference is that the lease agreements are for the long term while the rent agreements are usually on monthly rent basis. The monthly rent can be increased as per the contract conditions but the lease agreements do not allow an increase in the payment unless another new agreement is signed. In order to increase the monthly rent, a landlord has to...

Landlord Termination Letter to the Tenant 0

Landlord Termination Letter to the Tenant

A fixed time tenancy cannot be ended by the landlord before time. However, the tenancy agreements in which the ending date is not specified can be terminated by the landlord by sending a notification. The law suggests that Whenever such termination notices are issued, they should be presented in written form. The tenant should be notified of the termination 60 to 90 days before the termination date. A landlord cannot...

Letter to Criticize a Tenant for Disobeying Rules 0

Letter to Criticize a Tenant for Disobeying Rules

Some tenants are headaches for landlords. Once they occupy the land, they ignore what the contract says and what rules they have to follow. For such mischievous tenants, the landlords have to write notification letters to criticize their breaching of rules. If the criticism letter is the first criticism, it is better to just notify the tenant, however, if the tenant is continuously disobeying rules, he can be addressed a...