Form T190 - Notice Of Rent Increase - 2014


Tenant’s name:
Tenant’s address:
Tenancy at:
This letter serves as a notice of rent increase for the tenancy at the above address.
The new weekly rental will be $ _____ and will be payable from _____ / _____ / __________.
The Residential Tenancies Act 1986 requires me to give you not less than 60 days notice of a
rent increase.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Yours sincerely
* Delivery:
By (tick):
mail (*allow 4 extra working days)
placed into letterbox or attached to the door (* allow 2 extra working days)
Sent via email or faxed to tenant after 5pm (*allow 1 extra working day)
hand to tenant, sent via email or faxed before 5pm on the date of the notice
(the first day of the notice period will be the next calendar day)
Note: If the tenancy agreement is for a fixed term, a landlord may not increase the rent
during the term of the tenancy unless there is a clause in the agreement permitting
such an increase.
Notice can only be delivered to an email address or fax number where that address or number has been provided by
the tenant as an address for service in the tenancy agreement. For advice on other delivery options visit the website or
call the 0800 number below.
Address for service details listed for both parties should match what is recorded on the tenancy agreement unless the
details have changed and the other party has been notified of the change.
For tenancy advice and information visit or call 0800 TENANCY (0800 836 262)
T190 09/14


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