Lettings

An introduction to Tenancy Amendment Letters

Olivia Evans
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June 1, 2021

The tenancy amendment letter is a contract, in letter form, that formally changes the terms of a tenancy agreement. It can add, remove or update parts of the contract. Before it is effective, it must be agreed upon by both the tenant and the landlord/ letting agent (if carrying out a full management role).


The first step is to set the terms of the letter, using the terms tab. You will be asked to answer a few simple questions regarding the original agreement that is in place, and the amendment(s) that you would like to make to that agreement.

Legislate Terms Tab

Once you have saved the first draft, a preview will be ready to review under the preview tab.

Tenancy Amendment Letter

Next, you will need to add your tenants to formally notify them of the amendment to their tenancy agreement.


Legislate people tab

Your tenant will be sent an email, notifying them that you have invited them to collaborate on Legislate. They can create an account and login to preview the letter and be sure that they understand what the increase in rent is and from when it will start.


Both you and your tenant can use the activity tab to communicate with one another. For example, if your tenant has any questions regarding the letter you have sent them, this is a good place to ask.

Legislate Activity Tab

You will also be notified by email if any messages are sent through the activity tab, so there is no need to worry about being out of the loop of communication.


Both parties are now able to sign the letter!


Our users prefer Legislate because our templates take the work out contracting. Legislate assists users through all stages of contract management and our users like being able to send readily available letters on the back of their Legislate ASTs. With our address book, letters are quick and easy to serve as the platform auto-saves all information relating to the AST.

You can learn more about Legislate's Tenancy Amendment Letters on our contracts page.

If you would like to legislate your tenancy-related letters, please join our waiting list or book a call with us to discuss your requirements and see a demo.

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