Sample letter to request a minor change in contract

GUIDELINES

  1. If you need a few changes in the present contract, write the letter in detail. Discuss the specific changes you want to make in the contract to avoid misunderstandings. Your tone should be confident, persuasive and courteous.
  2. Before jumping on to the details, remind the reader that you have sufficiently held on to the current contract until now.
  3. Clearly explain the problem that forces you to request some changes in the contract. Make your situation clear to the reader.
  4. Tell the reader about the clauses that are not suitable for you in the light of your current situation. After making a comparison, request an alteration in the contract.
  5. Finally, tell the reader that you want a mutually beneficial arrangement. Thank the reader for reviewing your the request.

SAMPLE LETTER

[Senders Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Letter Date]

[Recipients Name]
[Address line]
[State, ZIP Code]

[Subject: Normally bold, summarizes the intention of the letter] -Optional-


Dear [Recipients Name],

I firmly believe that the good relationship we have had over the years that you have been my landlord is partly due to the open communication that we have with each other. It is for this reason that I would like us to set a meeting where we can talk about a minor change that is going to happen soon and how this may affect my lease.

My nephew is moving to the city next week because he has decided to attend the State University. I was hoping that he could stay in the apartment with us for a few weeks while he is still finding his place. I went over the lease contract that I signed with you but could not find any provisions regarding a situation like this. And so I would like to meet with you so we can talk about this in depth to avoid any misunderstanding. Please give me a call to let me know when you're available. Thank you.

Sincerely,

[Senders Name]
[Senders Title] -Optional-

[Enclosures: number] - Optional -
cc: [Name of copy recipient] - Optional -

Sample letter to request a minor change in contract.

Further things to consider when writing request letters to landlords

Further things to consider when writing request letters to landlords

Request Letters

Request letters are letters written to ask formally or politely for something. Any matter that requires a humble and polite appeal can be put forward using a request letter. It could be a job interview, a promotion, or a favor; a request letter will get the job done. A request letter can be formal or informal depending on the recipient. If you are requesting a friend to do a task for you, for instance, you can choose to go informal. But if you are requesting your manager for a promotion, the letter has to be formal. Either way, a request letter must be sent early enough to give the recipient ample time to process and respond to the request.

When writing request letters, you need to be brief and direct, avoiding any auxiliary information that might weaken the message you are conveying. State exactly and clearly what you are requesting for giving reasons for it. If you are requesting for a raise, for example, explain in details why you think you deserve one. Maintain a polite tone throughout the letter. Close the letter by thanking the recipient in advance and expressing your anticipation for his/her consideration.

Letters to Landlords

Letters to landlords are letters written to people who rent lands, buildings, or apartments to tenants. Whether you need repairs, raise a complaint, move out, or add a roommate, it is important to put it in writing. It provides proof that you have requested something or taken some action. Even if you are currently friends with your landlord and resolve your issues informally, you may need evidence of your communication or other requests some day. A letter to your landlord may spur him/her into action and will keep both of you within the law.

Letters to landlords can be formal or informal depending on your relationship with the recipients. Address the recipient by his/her name and use the appropriate salutation. If you are not sure about the name and address of the recipient, confirm with the lease agreement. State the purpose of your letter so that the recipient can have an idea on how to respond, if he/she needs to respond at all. Include important details such as dates, apartment or house number, etc. Finish with a call to action and sign the letter to make it official. Make a copy of the letter for yourself before sending it.

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