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A Tenancy Agreement is a written or verbal contract between a landlord and their tenant(s) that specifies the rights of both parties with regards to the property in question, such as:

  • The duration of the tenancy;
  • The amount of notice that either party must provide to the other before terminating the tenancy;
  • How much rent is payable, the frequency of these payments and whether these payments include bills for fuel, water etc.;
  • The responsibilities of both the landlord and tenant(s) with regards to maintaining the property;
  • Any additional services that the landlord may provide to their tenant(s).

Whilst there is no legal requirement for landlords to provide their tenants with a written agreement – and you may, instead, rely on verbal agreements reached between you and your tenant(s) – failing to do so can cause significant problems, and lead to you accruing unnecessary legal costs, in the event of a dispute.

With a concise, clearly written and binding Tenancy Agreement you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you’re covered in the event of a dispute between yourself and your tenant(s).

Tenancy Agreement offers a variety of packages to landlords and can provide you with a binding agreement for just £9.99. Click here to find out more about the packages we offer.

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What our clients say

Douglas Devlin, West Midlands
Quick and easy. I did have to phone for some assistance but the lady was very polite and helpful.
Billy Potter, London
I have been lucky enough never to have problems with tenants - until last year. I found out that my tenant was subletting to one of his mates... I couldn't believe the cheek of it! I suppose it was my own fault in a way for not having a Flat Share Agreement. Thanks to your expertise if it happens again I can use legal action.