Rent Increase definition

Rent Increase means any increase in Base Rent charged by a Mobilehome Park Owner to a Mobilehome Owner or offered to a Prospective Mobilehome Owner.
Rent Increase means any upward adjustment of the rent from the base rent amount.

Examples of Rent Increase in a sentence

  • Should the Landlord elect to do so they will first serve written notice on the Tenant in accordance with these Tenancy Terms and Conditions of at least one calendar month prior to the Rent Increase Date (“the Rent Increase Notice”).

  • If the owner has served the tenant with a Rent Increase Notice, that notice shall serve as the notice to the tenant of the increase in their rent.

  • The landlord must use the approved Notice of Rent Increase form available from any Residential Tenancy Branch office or Service BC office.2) A landlord must give a tenant three whole months notice, in writing, of a rent increase.

  • The landlord must provide the tenant with a Notice of Rent Increase at least 3 months before the rent is increased.

  • The Hearing Officer may approve or deny the requested Major Rent Increase, or may approve the request with modifications.


More Definitions of Rent Increase

Rent Increase means any upward adjustment of the base rent amount specified by the original contract.
Rent Increase means any additional rent demanded of or paid by a homeowner for a rental lot and related amenities, including any reduction or elimination of amenities without a corresponding reduction in the moneys demanded or paid for rent, and any additional rent demanded of or paid by an operator for rental of real property used for the operation of a mobilehome park. Any portion of a rent increase assessed for capital replacements or capital improvements shall be separately identified and shall not be included in the base rent.
Rent Increase means any additional consideration demanded
Rent Increase means an increase in amounts payable under a Lease as rent (including, if applicable, retroactive rent to the Closing Date), agreed to by Buyer, the Company or any of its or their Subsidiaries or Affiliates in connection with obtaining a Landlord Consent; provided, that an increase in rent shall be deemed to be a Rent Increase only to the extent of the net present value (applying a discount rate equal to the Reference Rate) of the amount by which the aggregate annual rent, including both minimum rent and percentage rent (assuming the same sales from the subject Store as were achieved during the most recent 12-month period), will exceed the Effective Rent over the remaining term (excluding options to extend or renew) of the subject Lease (except that a Lease having a remaining term of less than one year and a month-to-month Lease shall be treated as having a remaining term of one year and a Lease having a remaining term greater than two years shall be treated as having a remaining term of two years).
Rent Increase means any rent demanded of or paid by a mobile home owner or mobile home tenant in excess of rent paid for the rental unit immediately prior to such demand or payment. Rent increase includes any reduction in the services provided to a mobile home resident or transfer of the cost without a corresponding reduction in the moneys demanded for or paid as rent.
Rent Increase. Section 6.18
Rent Increase or "rental increase" means any additional