Sample letter from landlord to tenant notice to vacate

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Sample Letter to Landlord Moving Out/ Vacate to his Tenant

[Name & Address of Landlord]

[Date]

[[Name & Address of Tenant]

Dear Sir,

The premises were let out about six years ago [in January 2019] at Rs’ monthly rent. [your rent amount] only. It was decided that you would agree to an increase in rent every six years. Unfortunately, you never paid an enhanced rent despite my repeated reminders. What is more, you have not been paying any rent for the last six months. Therefore, I have concluded that you are not in a position to pay the rent and therefore have no right to remain as a tenant anymore. In this circumstance, I am giving you the notice to move out/vacate my house within 60 days from the date of this Letter.  

If you vacate within 60 days, I will not claim arrear of rent [for six mounts]. I hope you will like to avail yourself of the offer and vacate. Kindly note that if it is not vacated, you will be treated as an unlawful occupant on the expiry of 60th days [from today].

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

[Sd/]

Notice Letter to Landlord to Tenant Asking to Increase House Rent

From,

[Landlord Name]

[Address]

[City, Pin]

[Date]

To,

[Tenant Name],

M.R Road A.K. Building

New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Given the increased commodity prices and the Municipal Taxes, the rent rates all over the town have considerably gone up. Accordingly, I, at this moment, notify you that the rent from next month will be increased by Rs 200/- [that is, your rent will be Rs 1000/- per mount instead of Rs 800/-, from January 2021]. I hope you pay the new rent as regularly as in the past.
Thanking you,

Yours Truly,

[Landlord Name]

Letters by Tenant to Landlord Agreeing 10% Template

[Landlord Name]

[Address]

City, Pin]

[Date]

Dear Sir,

I receive your Letter dated 1st instant. You have proposed to increase The house rent by twenty percent from the next month onward. I do not fully agree with it, for this rise is too high. However, I am agreeable to pay a ten percent increase only, i.e., Rs 900/- per month instead of percent Rs 800/- which please note.
Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

[Your Name]

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Sample Letter From Landlord to Tenant  Complaining Irregular Payment of House-rent.

From,

[Landlord Name]

[Address]

[City, Pin]

[Date]

To,

[Tenant Name],

M.R Road A.K. Building

New Delhi

Dear Sir,

I am pained to find that your house rent payments have been somewhat irregular for the last few months. And you have not paid for the previous two months’ rent at all. I believe these lapses are due to oversight and not deliberate. Please clear the outstanding dues immediately and subsequently make the payment in time.

Thanking you in anticipation,

Yours faithfully,

[Name]

Letters to the Tenant to Landlord of Complaint

To,

[Landlord Name]

[Address]

[City, Pin]

[Date]

Sir,

It is regretted that despite my repeated verbal requests, you have not cared to repair [mention your problem] at places. Though clause No. 6 of the agreement specifies this as your job, I may get it done if you cannot do so. The cost shall be adjusted against rents.
I request you to think of my sufferings and get solved problems. I hope you will come to your senses and not force me to take legal actions.

With best regards,

Yours faithfully,

[Tenant Name]

[address]

 Reply by Letter to Landlord to TenantTemplate

From,

[Landlord Name]

[Address]

[City, Pin]

[Date]

To,

[Tenant Name],

M.R Road A.K. Building

New Delhi

Dear Sir,

I receive your Letter dated [mention date] 2020. In reply, please note that not solved problems can be done before the monsoon is over. You need not threaten me with legal actions. I always look after the safety of the building. After all, it is my own house and not anybody else’s.

With thanks,

Yours faithfully,

[Name]

 

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