No, only an email notifying us of his proposed increase. We haven't yet responded. I just want to see where we stand as we're not going to accept his proposal as it stands.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX sounds understandable.
Can you please just confirm the dates you wrote as you wrote that our tenancy expires on August 13th when it actually ends on 13th. I think it looks like your timings are based on September but just want to double check.
Does this mean that an S21 MUST be issued on the 13th of any month, given our fixed-agreement termination date of 13th September?
Happy to rate you once this is clarified.
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