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Landlord's Rent Arrears Letter -21 days


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Tenant in rent arrears? Landlords can use this template letter to demand payment of rent.

You've used the Rent Arrears (7-Day Demand) after seven days, the Rent Arrears (14-Day Demand) after two weeks and now the tenant is in rent arrears of three weeks.

If the rent is still due after 21 days and you haven't received the rent, you can use this rent arrears demand letter to inform your tenant that if they don't pay their rent, you may take the matter further and you may start the eviction process.

Available in "Download Now" PDF format and easy to complete, use this letter to chase your tenant for being in rent arrears and prove to the court that you have given your tenant time to pay should you proceed with eviction proceedings.

Rent Arrears Links:

  • Landlord's Rent Arrears Letter (7-Day Demand)
  • Landlord's Rent Arrears Letter (14-Day Demand)
  • Section 8 Notice
  • Schedule of Rent Arrears
  • Landlord's Guarantor Rent Letter (14-Day Demand)
  • Landlord's Guarantor Rent Letter (21-Day Demand)
  • Tenant Eviction Kit

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