Rent arrears template letters

If you are a private landlord, you can use the templates below to send letters to your tenants if they fall behind on their rent payments.

Rent arrears: template letter 1

Rent arrears: template letter 1 - the first letter to send to a tenant if they have not paid their rent.

Rent arrears: template letter 2

Rent arrears: template letter 2 - the second letter to send to a tenant if they have not paid their rent.

Rent arrears: template letter 3 - to send with a Notice Requiring Possession

Rent arrears: template letter 3 - to send with a Notice Requiring Possession - the third letter you can send to a tenant if they have not paid their rent, enclosing a Notice Requiring Possession.

Rent arrears: template letter 4 - after Notice Requiring Possession served

Rent arrears: template letter 4 - after Notice Requiring Possession served - the fourth letter to send to a tenant if they have not paid their rent, after you have served the Notice Requiring Possession.

Rent arrears: template letter 5 - arrangement after Notice Requiring Possession

Rent arrears: template letter 5 - arrangement after Notice Requiring Possession - the fifth letter to send to a tenant if they have not paid their rent, outlining arrangements after you have served the Notice Requiring Possession.

Rent arrears: template letter 6 - final offer before court proceedings

Rent arrears: template letter 6 - final offer before court proceedings - the sixth letter to send to a tenant if they have not paid their rent.

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Page owner: Vanessa de Chazal. Last updated: 02/06/2015 10:07