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03 Apr 2019 v2.0

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Notice of Proposed Rent Increase

To Tenant/s of rented premises

Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (the Act) Section 44(1), Residential Tenancies Regulations 201908 Regulation 1120

 

Item 10

Name of Landlord or Agent signing the notice: (insert include the name of landlord or agent signing the notice the estate agency, where applicable)        ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

21 Nov 2017 v1.9

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Notice of Rent Increase

To Tenant/s of rented premises (Form 16)

Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (the Act) Section 44(1), Residential Tenancies Regulations 2008 Regulation 20

 

31 Jan 2017 v1.8

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Notes to Landlord

Notice must be given:

(a)

by delivering it personally to the Tenant or Resident

(b)

by post to the Tenant or Resident at the rented Premises

(c)

electronically in accordance with the Electronic Transactions (Victoria) Act 2000 or as otherwise provided in the Residential Tenancy Agreement.

When sending a notice the minimum notice period starts the day after the notice, is:

(a)

by delivering it personally to the Tenant or Resident

(b)

by post to the Tenant or Resident at the rented Premises

To help you calculate when you need to send or deliver this notice, allowing for delivery time, refer to the ‘Giving notices – Residential Tenancies List’ webpage at the ‘Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal’ website (vcat.vic.gov.au/resources/giving-notices-residential-tenancies-list).

The Landlord should retain evidence as to the method relied on to send this notice.

 

30 Sep 2016 v1.7

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Item 7

This notice is delivered to the Tenant: (mark one only)                   On this date:

__ by hand  __ by registered post    __ by ordinary post             …… / …… / ……

__ by hand  

__ by registered post    

__ by ordinary post

   (Note: for Australia Post delivery options and times visit (austpost.com.au))        

__ by email     Insert email address …………………………………………………………................

On this date: …… / …… / ……


Notes to Landlord

Notice must be given:

(a)

by delivering it personally to the Tenant or Resident

(b)

by post to the Tenant or Resident at the rented Premises

(c)

electronically in accordance with the Electronic Transactions (Victoria) Act 2000 or as otherwise provided in the Residential Tenancy Agreement.

When sending a notice the minimum notice period starts the day after the notice, is:

(a)

by delivering it personally to the Tenant or Resident

(b)

by post to the Tenant or Resident at the rented Premises

The Landlord should retain evidence as to the method relied on to send this notice.

 

25 Jan 2016 v1.6

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Item 8

I am giving you at least 60 days notice that I propose to increase the rent.

The current rent is: $ ……………… per week/fortnight/month

The new rent is: $ ……………… (new rent amount) per week/fortnight/month and will commence on ……/……/…… (start date)

 

11 Jun 2015 v1.5

Copyright statement updated.

 

13 May 2015 v1.4

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Notes to the Tenant

You may request an investigation into the proposed rent increase if you feel it is excessive, by completing the section below and forwarding a copy of this notice to: Director of Consumer Affairs Victoria, GPO Box 123, Melbourne 3001, or fax to: (03) 8684 6310, or email to renting@justice.vic.gov.au. A Residential Tenancies Inspector will contact you in due course.

 

17 Feb 2014 v1.3

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Item 14

If you want help with this notice you can contact Consumer Affairs Victoria (1300 55 81 81) or visit consumer.vic.gov.au/renting

 

14 Apr 2011 v1.2

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Notes to the Tenant

You may request an investigation into the proposed rent increase if you feel it is excessive, by completing the section below and forwarding a copy of this notice to: Director of Consumer Affairs Victoria, GPO Box 123, Melbourne 3001 or Fax to: (03) 8684 6310. A Residential Tenancies Inspector will contact you in due course.

 

27 Jun 2008 v1.1

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Notice of Rent Increase

To Tenant/s of rented premises (Form 16)

Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (the Act) Section 44(1), Residential Tenancies Regulations 2008 Regulation 20


Item 7

This notice is delivered to the Tenant given:


Item 11

TENANTS NOTE: Excessive rent is determined according to the accepted market rental value of the premises.


Item 13

Under a fixed term tenancy agreement, a Landlord must not increase the rent before the fixed term ends unless the agreement specifically provides for an increase.