Residential Property Services Variation Letter

Letter from Residential Landlord Varying Provision of ServicesNew

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This Letter from Residential Landlord Varying Provision of Services can be used when a Tenancy Agreement requires a Landlord to provide services or facilities to a Tenant’s property and the Landlord needs, due to circumstances beyond its control, to make temporary changes to the services provided. Before using this Letter, Landlords should check the terms of the Tenancy Agreement carefully to establish the services the Landlord is required to provide and whether the Landlord is permitted to make changes.

The Letter allows the Landlord to specify:

· The period during which there will be changes to the normal provision of services and facilities;

· The reasons why the changes are necessary;

· The services that will not be provided during this period; and

· Any additional services that will be provided during this period.

The Letter optionally allows the Landlord to mention the provisions of the Tenancy Agreement that allow changes to the provision of services. The Landlord can also explain how any additional services are to be paid for. Landlords should be careful to comply with the terms of the Tenancy Agreement and the Tenant Fees Act 2019 and Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Act 2019 when requiring payment from tenants.

The letter should be countersigned by the Tenant to confirm their acceptance of its terms.

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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