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Frequently Asked Questions

If your lease is fixed, you must always provide a warning notice for unpaid rent (Warning Notice of Rental Arrears). If your lease is fixed and the tenant has not been there for at least 6 months, you do not have to give a warning notice for a lease breach (Warning Notice of Lease Breach) or for anti-social behaviour (Warning Notice of Anti-Social Behaviour) but it is still recommended. If your lease is fixed and the tenant has been there for at least 6 months, you must provide a reasonable warning notice for lease breach or anti-social behaviour.

If the lease is a periodic lease and the tenancy at that time is less than 6 months, you should just provide the 28 days’ notice without any warning notice. If the lease is not a fixed lease and if the tenant has been a tenant for at least 6 months (security of tenure under Part 4 of the Residential Tenancies Act 2004), then you must provide a warning notice of 14 days to pay the rent or a reasonable period of time for any other breach.

These warning notices are included with your LawDepot Notice of Rent Review.
Do I have to provide a notice to change the rent?A landlord must provide a notice to its tenant of a rent review, which must include certain information about the basis for the rent increase and the rights of the tenant to appeal.

A landlord may only increase the rent every 12 months.

A landlord should also ensure that, if required, changes to the rent are registered with the Residential Tenancies Board.


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Notice of Rent Review

11 December 2019

NOTICE TO:

____________________

REGARDING the premises at:

____________________

  1. I hereby give you formal notice that a review of the rent for your tenancy of the premises occupied by you at the address above has been completed and a new rent will be set.
  2. The regular rent payment will increase to €_____________________, which will be effective as of 11 December 2019.
  3. I am of the opinion that the new rent is not greater than the market rent, having regard to the terms of the tenancy and the letting values of dwellings of similar size, type, character, and that are situated in a comparable area to that of the premises occupied by you at the address above. The following amounts of rent were sought within the last four weeks for comparable dwellings:
    1. €_____________________ monthly,
    2. €_____________________ monthly, and
    3. €_____________________ monthly.
  4. Any dispute in relation to the setting of the rent pursuant to a review of the rent under a tenancy must be referred to the Residential Tenancies Board under Part 6 of the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 before the later of: (a) when the reviewed rent comes into effect on 11 December 2019 and (b) the expiry of 28 days from the receipt by you of this notice.


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Dated: ______________________________



Landlord
____________________

Address
_________________________________________

Telephone (Daytime)
__________

Telephone (Evening)
__________

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