Letter to Tenant regarding Legal Action over Rent Arrears

Letter of Claim to Commercial Tenant for Rent Arrears (Non-Protocol)

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This Letter of Claim to Commercial Tenant for Rent Arrears (Non-Protocol) can be used when a tenant has failed to pay its rent, despite having received a reminder in the form of the Rent Arrears Letter to Commercial Tenant (or a similar letter). If the landlord wishes to make a court claim against the tenant, a Letter of Claim must be sent first. 

This version of the Letter of Claim can be used where the tenant is a company or partnership. If the tenant is a sole trader, the landlord will need to comply with the Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims and should use the “Protocol” version of the Letter of Claim instead.

The letter sets out details of the arrears and optionally encloses a Statement of Account. The tenant is asked to respond within 30 days.

Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.

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