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May 11, 2016
Dear Mr. and Ms. Black;
Please be advised that on July 1, 2016 an increase of $35 to your current monthly rent will be added to your rental lease agreement. Additionally, and as you are aware that the apartment complex commonly known as 81047 Church St., Memphis, MI., has been sold by your previous landlord to R.J.T. Investments LLC. Hence, because of this transaction there is an increase in owner operating cost. Furthermore, your lease agreement and Michigan law permits this increase to occur. Moreover, pursuant to MCL 554.633 (1)(l)(ii)(iii), which states in pertinent part that:
A rental agreement shall not include a provision that does 1 or more of the following:
(l) Provides that a lessor may alter a provision of the rental agreement after its commencement without the written consent of the tenant, or, in the case of a rental agreement between a consumer cooperative that provides housing and a member of the consumer cooperative, without the approval of the board of directors of the cooperative or other appropriate body elected by members who are also tenants of the cooperative, except that an agreement may provide for the following types of adjustments to be made upon written notice of not less than 30 days:
(ii) Changes in rules relating to the property that are required to protect the physical health, safety, or peaceful enjoyment of tenants and guests.
(iii) Changes in the amount of rental payments to cover additional costs in operating the rental premises incurred by the lessor because of increases in ad valorem property taxes, charges for the electricity, heating fuel, water, or sanitary sewer services consumed at the property, or increases in premiums paid for liability, fire, or worker compensation insurance. [Emphasis added].
Pragmatically, R. J. T. Investments LLC recognizes that the aforementioned additional cost to your current lease agreement may cause a disadvantageous financial adversity. If this should be your current situation R. J. T. Investments LLC will allow you 60 days to terminate your lease agreement without penalty. Please notify R. J. T. Investments LLC at your earliest convenience with your decision. Thank you for your attention in relation to this salient matter.
R. J. T. Investments LLC
R. J. T. INVESTMENTS LLC
4875 E. 11 Mile Rd.
Warren, Michigan 48092
(586) 431 – 9500 / firstname.lastname@example.org