Free Condo Rental Lease Agreement Philippines

Regarding the rent increase, I received a letter that gave me a 7% increase from July 2010 (as soon as I sign the letter…-that I have not yet signed) as prescribed by law, as stated in their letter and according to the owner/keeper of the house. We don`t know who the real owner is. on the notification letter, the person who lives in a small house at our house, the signatory, however, told us that the house belongs to his brother who lives along our street. My questions are: -Who is qualified to implement such an increase? -Do they need to be registered FIRST in our municipality and obtain a mayor`s authorization/business authorization? -Are there any requirements they need to display in addition to the notification letter? – Who should be the signatory? the owner of the house or is it okay for the owner`s parent to be the signatory? A residential rental agreement is used when a landlord wishes to rent or lease a property to a tenant for residential and possibly residential purposes. For example, this form would be used to rent an apartment or basement suite. The parties choose the above addresses as their physical addresses for the purpose of providing a notification, payment of any amount and legal action in connection with this property lease. Each party can change the information about its physical addresses at any time, by written notification to the other party. This amendment will come into effect on the 7th day after the other party receives the notification. Any notification that the landlord must send to the tenant is considered valid if it is sent by prepaid recommended letter to the tenant in the property or left by the landlord or his representative at that address, which is considered to be 5 days after the publication by recommended letter or on the day of sending the notification by telephone.

a.Failure of the LESSEE to pay two (2) months in advance and other invoices or fees, which are therefore mentioned because, for some reason, they are due within the payment period. 7.Installations: All charges for water, electricity, telephone, association fees and other utilities used in rented buildings, as well as home and security services or other taxes that can be levied by the administrator of the condominium building are the responsibility of the LESSEE. Lessee heresafter guarantees the immediate payment of all taxes mentioned so far, as they are due. Any delay in the obligation to be a staff is a substantial breach of this agreement. I would like to find out about the current situation. First, we leased the space for commercial purposes. We`ve been doing business for five years without so many property problems. In fact, we are not the only tenants to do the same. It has been agreed orally and it is obvious that we are doing business… Well, the problem is that we, the tenants, received a letter from a law firm, agreed (i dunno, if that`s the right word-consent) from our landlord, who told us to leave the place for 15 days. We`re not even warned! Three months ™ formal redundancy is not made available and we have renovations in our rented business place and the owner is aware of all the necessary renovations we have done.

All the time we had to renovate, it didn`t stop us… Please help me. my rich tnx…