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Tenant rights - rent increase


I was wondering if someone can help. I signed a rental contract years ago with real estate X and in 2020 the landlord decided to ditch the real estate and deal directly with me. Later, we had agreed on a rent reduction, he sent a signed letter stating the reduction.
Recently, he sold the property, and the new real estate is now charging me the original rent.

I haven't signed any contract after the sale of the property though and the new real estate is sending me the bill as if nothing happened. I was wondering if this is even allowed. I know the signed letter may not have legal power but isn't there anything that I can do in my defense?
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