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Is S..13 still valid after lower rent increase offered by Landlord

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Landlord served Section 13 form 4b correctly but day.before comes into effect as I reject it he comes back with a lower counter offer by email the day before rent due. Both served via email. Does lower rent offered in writing not on new 4B negate the section 13 form as valid new rent offer/ term.? Thank you and urgent

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Hello,

I’m convinced that if the landlord changes the “proposed rent” they have to serve you with a new notice reflecting that change to have a valid notice. 

If you agree on the increase, you may simply just start paying the agreed new rent and it will be the end of the issue. 

If you don’t agree at all, the landlord may give you a Section 21 notice and ask you to leave. 

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