Tenant's rent review counternotice

Some leases that require a rent review to be triggered by notice also require or allow the recipient to serve a counternotice in response.

This is common where the trigger notice is to include a proposal for the new rent and normally gives the recipient the opportunity to state whether or not he or she agrees with that proposal and, if he or she disagrees, either to make a counter proposal or to require the matter to go to third party determination.

This is a form letter for a counternotice from the tenant to the landlord.

IMPORTANT: This letter is for general guidance only. You must read the lease and are strongly advised to take legal advice if this letter/notice is being served in accordance with specific terms of the lease. Such letter/notice may be invalid if directions in the lease are not strictly observed.