This is a Request Letter.Mr. Mayan Gandhi is the tenant residing in a house. That house is owned by Mr. George. Mr. Mayan Gandhi is writing a letter to Mr. George asking him to reduce the rent for the house.
98/23 B: Choragi Lane,
18th August 2004
Dear Mr. George,
I hope you have received the rent payment for July 2004 by a cheque drawn by me on the Bank of Singapore. In this connection I would also like to state that the rent of $1000 for a double bed-roomed flat is exorbitant. Although I agreed to it initially because I was in dire necessity of an accommodation, I now find that many rooms are in despair. Especially, the kitchen can not be used since the ceiling leaks in the rainy season and water trickles profusely down the walls. This was something that could not be visualized at the dry summer time when I first inspected the house.
Other minor problems have now become apparent. There is no sunlight whatsoever in the south facing room, thus making this damp and unhygienic. A heater has to be kept on constantly to make the room just livable.
Kindly be considerate and reduce the rent by $250- the amount which I am paying as extra for using heaters.
Expecting a favorable reply from you
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