Your landlord wants to increase your house rent. Write a letter to him to explain your situation.
- In your letter, you should tell:
- why do you think the rent shouldn’t be increased
- what you will do if it is increased.
Dear Mr Wilson,
I am writing to you to make an earnest request for not escalating the house rent. Yesterday, I was informed about it. Since then, I have been in great trouble, and via this letter, I would like to make you aware of my predicament.
Let me tell you that I am entirely incapable of paying the increased rent. Firstly, it has been six months since I took your home for rent. If it is increased, then it will be possible after 1 year as per the rent deed. In addition, I have always paid rent regularly and never tried to violate the rules laid down by you. Also, I am looking for another job near my residential place. So, due to running out of money, I think you need to reconsider the issue of increasing the monthly rate.
I would like to inform you that if you insist on inclining the house rent, I would have no other alternative except moving to somewhere else. You will lose your credibility. Let me tell you that I am entitled to make a claim if an additional amount is taken along with a rent within a year. However, I would not do it for our valuable relationship, and I expect that you will try to understand me very soon. I will be able to pay the rent.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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