After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. My manager notified me at the end of May via an informal email that the owner wants me to sign another 12-month lease starting July 1st and increase rent by 16%, to see if I would agree.
I thought that was a very short notice for the rent increase.
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Two days ago, I sent a fax reminding that a package is waiting for him and I looked at the documents again. I apologize for my lengthy post and will be very helpful for any advice Well your renewal offer must be sent between 90 and 150 days prior to the end of your current lease. If the LL is late in sending the offer (no matter what he writes on the form), you still have 60 days. Also, your new dates should not start (your option) until the new 60-day period has expired. Today, I received the usual billing invoice for the next month (backdated several days) with a note: "Please send back your signed lease to our office, by regular mail. My problem was that I misread his backdating by a month (I was in the middle of a health scare) and thought I had still time to respond. Luckily, I kept the envelope which helped me in this nonsense - psychologically at least.
So if your new lease starts April 1, the timing is appropriate. Normally tenants should not cross out what the LL wrote even if the date was wrong, but send it back to the LL asking for a correct form and noting that your 60 days do not start until you do get the correct form. Thanx"Now, I am thinking ...- I am reluctant to open the envelope.
If the person is in a couple has reached state pensionable age, then they are a pensioner couple even if the partner is under pension age. Where either the claimant or their partner is aged 60 to 64 and in receipt of Income Support, Jobseekers Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance.
Your lease states that the rent for your property is to be determined by the increase in the value of the block of which your property is a part of over a period of 21 years.
Accordingly your ground rent has increased to £85.25 per annum.
This is something I talk about a lot but I’m not going to apologise for being boring; it’s too important.
If you want to claim Housing Benefit, do it straight away.