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Old 17.06.2022, 15:33
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Re: Tenant rights - rent increase

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Thanks, it does, and the problem is the reduction was never officialized in any contract because the previous owner decided to manage the property himself and only sent a signed letter 'officializing' the reduction. From the perspective of the new real estate and owner, this letter doesn't have any legal power, and that's what is concerning me.
Why wouldnt it have any "legal power"? It was signed.
I would treat it as an amendment to the existing contract.
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