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Archive for the ‘Tenancy Agreements’ Category
Tenancy deposits are used to secure against unpaid rent, damage to the property, or unpaid utility bill. If there is a dispute over how much of the deposit should be returned to the tenants, it is referred to the Tenancy Dispute service. Here is a typical case: A garden was left in an "unsatisfactory" state at the end of a tenancy, with weeds, overgrown plants and long grass. A clause in the... Read more
A tenancy agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant that gives permission for a tenant to live in a property for a certain period of time as long as they abide by certain rules. As a landlord you need to make sure you have the right agreement for your property to be properly legally protected - one that is appropriate for the type of let, covers any special requirements for your... Read more