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An increase of 25% rent is legal in Poland?


kokolon 4 | 7
26 May 2020 #1
Dear people,

I need an urgent help regarding my rent.

I have rent a flat in krakow for the last three years and there was no change on rent since I moved in. Current tenancy agreement will expire at the end of June.

Last night, my landlord sent me an email with new tenancy agreement with an increase of 25% in rent and a few % increase of czynszy, in total 29% increase. Generally, 3-5% annual increase can be acceptable, but I was not prepared for this at all.

Are there any laws to protect tenants in Poland? Is one month notice right? Could I be against this with a lawful support behind my back?

Thank you in advance for your help.
Lazarus 1 | 54
26 May 2020 #2
Tell him that you want a 20% cut in the rent or he can find a new tenant. I read an article last weekend said rents in Tricity down 25-50% now
kaprys 3 | 2,502
26 May 2020 #3
Check this page. Google translate might help.
spes.org.pl/twoje-prawa/ochrona-lokatora-i-dodatek-mieszkaniowy/podwyzka-czynszu


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