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Apportioned Rent due?

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hey every one hope u all are in good health, i just need advise abut Apportioned Rent, i recently received email from Agency they are asking for apportioned rent amount of £68.15 for the period:  Nov 16 and Dec 16 shortfall in rent due to change in rent amount is well overdue,

we moved to this property 17 Nov 2015, rent was £595 PCM. paid £293 for 13 days from 17 Nov till 1st Dec, after that 1st of each month, then we renewed our contract on 17 Nov 2016 to 16 Nov 2017, agency increased rent from £595 to £625, so since then am paying £625 each month, can some one plz tell me what is it why they are asking for £68.15

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There is probably some misalignment between when you signed the tenancy renewal and when you started paying the updated rent. The agent is likely trying to charge you for that. 

Soo, I’d go through all the numbers in the contract and check when you should have begun paying the new rent and compare with actually when you began paying the new rent.  

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