This document is a demand letter from landlord to tenant for failure to pay rent, threatening termination.
This demand letter template is written by the landlord to demand rent payment from a tenant due to the tenant's failure to provide the requisite rent according to the tenancy agreement.
This demand letter begins by clearly detailing the tenancy agreement, including the agreement date, the tenancy term, the commencement and ending date.
This demand letter template also lists the currency for rent, the specific amount of rent required and the original payable date, to show a breach of the agreement and to ensure clarity of the details of the breach.
A new due date is set by the landlord as the final deadline to pay the outstanding rent. The landlord warns to undertake legal proceedings without any further notice if the tenant fails to pay within [number] days thereafter.
This document should be carefully read by the Individual Tenant and Landlord.
Details from the tenancy agreement, including the agreement date, the tenancy term, the commencement and ending date; the currency for rent, the specific amount of rent overdue and the original payable date should all be clearly stated in the demand letter.
The letter should be sent before any legal proceedings are made for breach of the tenancy contract.
If either party wishes to amend the agreement in the future, both parties should agree to do so, and the original agreement and amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by both parties.
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