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Unformatted text preview: th a copy of a report on the condition of the premises. If the tenant disagrees with anything in the report, a comment on the report should be made to indicate what the tenant doesn’t agree with; and PROPERTY AND MORTGAGES STATUTE 33.5 877 CHAPTER 33 STATE TABLE BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS AND THE LAW PART 6 878 • statement of rights—a standard statutory statement of the tenant’s rights and duties may also be required to be given to the tenant (usually in the form of the prescribed statement of rights and duties), together with the landlord’s name and address and the full name, address and telephone number of the estate agent (if applicable). Common requirements imposed on the landlord Common requirements imposed on the landlord by residential tenancies legislation are: • Rental increases—not to increase the rent unless the tenant is given at least 60 days’ notice in writing. If the tenant pays an increase following an invalid notice (or no notice at all), application may be made to the tribunal for a refund of the excess amount on the ground that th...
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