ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a unfurnished dwelling house

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a unfurnished dwelling house"

Transcription

1 ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a unfurnished dwelling house Important Notes - This Tenancy Agreement is a legal and binding contract and it may not be terminated early unless the agreement contains a break clause, or written permission is obtained from the Landlord. The Tenant is responsible for payment of the rent for the entire agreed term. - Where there is more than one tenant, all obligations, including those for rent and repairs can be enforced against all of the tenants jointly and against each individually. Where the tenancy is subject to deposit protection then joint tenants may have to nominate a lead tenant to act on their behalf with the Landlord or Tenancy Deposit Scheme provider of their alternative dispute resolution service provider. - If you are unsure of your obligations under this agreement, then you are advised to take independent legal advice before signing. General Notes 1. This agreement is intended to create an Assured Shorthold Tenancy as defined in Section 20 of the Housing Act 1988 and the Provisions for the recovery of possession by the Landlord in Section 21 thereof apply accordingly (as amended by the Housing Act 1996) save where the Landlord serves notice under paragraph 2 of the Schedule 2A to that Act. 2. Prospective tenants should have an adequate opportunity to read and understand the tenancy agreement before signing in order for this agreement to be fully enforceable. 3. This agreement may be used for residential tenancies of three years or less. Agreements for tenancies of a longer duration should be drawn up by deed. 4. Section 11, Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 these obligations require the Landlord to keep in repair the structure and exterior of the dwelling, and to keep in repair and proper working order the installations for the supply of water, gas and electricity and the installations in the Property for space heating and heating water. 5. Section 196 of the Law of Property Act 1925 provides that a notice shall be sufficiently served if sent by registered or recorded delivery post (if the letter is not returned undelivered) to the Tenant at the Property or the last known address of the Tenant or left addressed to the Tenant at the Property. 6. This agreement has been drawn up after consideration of the Office of Fair Trading s Guidance on Unfair Terms in Tenancy Agreements. 7. If you accept a tenancy deposit under this tenancy, it must be dealt with in accordance to the statutory rules under sections of the Housing Act Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2XS Telephone Fax Registered in England No A full list of directors is available for inspection at any of our offices.

2 Particulars THIS AGREEMENT is made the date specified below BETWEEN the Landlord and the Tenant. It is intended that the tenancy created by this Agreement is and shall be an assured shorthold tenancy within the meaning of the Housing Acts. Landlord(s): Trym Holding (Guernsey) Ltd Landlord s Address: C/O 5-6 Clifton Down Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4AG Telephone: Landlord s Agent: 2c Properties Ltd Agents Contact Details: Tenant(s): INSERT Property: The property includes all the areas listed in the particulars as provided by the landlord or Landlord s Agent and are Flat Richmond Terrance, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1AA Rent: INSERT This sum must be payable in INSERT monthly installments in advance by way of a standing order mandate made payable to the 2C Properties Account starting INSERT Term: Is a fix term commencing INSERT Deposit: The Deposit referred to in Clause 3 of the Letting Provisions is the amount INSERT and is payable to 2C Properties account upon or before signing this agreement. The deposit will be held in the relevant Deposit Protection Scheme. Contents/Condition: The Contents compromising the furnishing and effects listed in the inventory (including and items subsequently supplied by the Landlord) are included in the Tenancy and such Inventory shall be evidence of their existing condition. A check-in meeting must take place between the Tenant and the Landlord/Clerk within 10 days of the start of the Tenancy. This check-in is to take place at the Property to hand over the keys and Inventory including Contents and Condition Report. At check-in the Inventory and Condition Report and Contents are to be checked and verified and the Inventory signed by both the Tenant and the Landlord and cannot be amended after this appointment. Failure to complete a check in meeting within 10 days of the start of the Tenancy will mean the Inventory held by the Landlord shall be deemed to be correct and a true record of the state and condition of the Property and the Contents. Commencement and Termination: The Landlord agrees to let and the Tenant agrees to take a Tenancy of the Property for the Term at the Rent described above and on the conditions of the Letting Provisions set out below. Letting Provisions The Tenant agrees with the Landlord: 1. Nomination of Lead Tenant 1.1. That the first named person on the Tenancy Agreement is known as The Lead Tenant for the purposes of the Tenancy. The Tenant nominates The Lead Tenant to accept all notifications related to the Property concerning, viewings, deposits, maintenance, inspections or general matters, prior to, during or post the Tenancy. 2. Landlord and Tenant Agreement 2.1. The Landlord agrees to let and the Tenant agrees to take the Property and Contents for the Term at the Rent payable as above The Tenant agrees with the Landlord:

3 Not to change or cause to be changed the telephone number relating to the Property without permission of the Landlord That where the Rent is accepted from a party other than the Tenant, it shall be deemed to be accepted for and on behalf of the Tenant To insure all personal possessions and accidental damage caused by the tenant to the furniture, fixtures and fittings within the property and understands that none of these items can be claimed from the Landlords insurance Not to introduce any water-bed into the Property without the Landlord s prior written consent To maintain and be responsible for the repair and maintenance of the television aerials, satellite dish and similar signal receipt devices (if any in the Property). The Landlord shall not accept any responsibility for unsatisfactory radio or television reception. 3. Deposit 3.1. The Tenant pays the Deposit as security for the performance of the Tenant's obligations and to pay and compensate the Landlord for the reasonable costs of any breach of those obligations. It is specifically agreed that this money is not to be used by the Tenant as payment for any rent due under this agreement. No interest shall be payable on this Deposit. The balance of the Deposit to be paid to the Tenant as soon as reasonably possible after conclusion of the tenancy, less any reasonable costs incurred for the breach of any obligation as agreed by the appropriate deposit scheme, details of which are contained in the scheme's Deposit Prescribed Information and website The Tenant shall follow the procedures of the relevant tenancy deposit protection scheme to seek recovery of the Deposit or to resolve a dispute over recovery of all or part of the Deposit The Landlord or his Agent shall make reductions of the Deposit in respect of: Arrears of rent, charges for previous arrears of rent or other nuisance occasioned to the Landlord by the failure of the Tenant to behave in a tenant-like manner or to observe the terms of this Agreement The cost of replacing, repairing damages or where items in the Inventory are missing, decorating and professionally cleaning the property, fixtures, fittings or the contents so they are to the same standard as the commencement of the tenancy (reasonable wear and tear accepted). This includes damage that has occurred due to Tenant neglect of cleaning and maintenance. The cost of employing a gardener to return the garden to the condition as the commencement of the Tenancy with cut grass, weeds removed, bushes trimmed and rubbish cleared. The cost of removing any personal belongings left behind by the Tenants after the end of the Tenancy and the cost of cleaning the windows inside and outside If the deposit shall be insufficient the tenant shall pay to the Landlord such additional sums as shall be required to cover all costs charges expenses properly due. The Tenants liability is not limited to the sum of the Deposit and further sums will be due to the Landlord within 10 days of demand in writing Any deductions, if needed, will be divided equally between the Tenants as this is a joint and several tenancy. The tenant will have to discuss/resolve any conflict between themselves if they consider there is a discrepancy regarding the appointment of charges. 4. Rent and Charges 4.1. To pay the Rent in advance without any deduction or set off either legal or equitable and as the Landlord requires by monthly standing order mandate payable to 2C Properties Ltd Account starting on the INSERT. The Tenant is responsible for ensuring all standing order mandates are correctly set up by the bank and this should be checked by the Tenant as being set up before the first payment is due To pay promptly to the authorities to whom they are due, council tax, water and sewerage charges, gas, electric and telephone (if any) relating to the Property, where they are incurred during the period of the agreement, including any which are imposed after the date of this Agreement (even if of a novel nature) and to pay the total cost of any reconnection fee relating to the supply of water, gas, electricity and telephone if the same is disconnected. The Tenant will indemnify the Landlord against claims, costs or payment demanded made or incurred during the Tenancy by reason of the Tenant ceasing to be resident in the Property. The Tenant agrees to notify the Landlord prior to changing supplier for any of the utility services stated above.

4 4.3. That in the case of a breach of the terms of the tenancy by the Tenant, a reasonable administrative charge may be made in addition to the costs of any remedial work, in order to compensate the Landlord or his Agent his reasonable expenses If the Rent payment is not honoured or cancelled by the Tenant during the term of the lease without prior agreement with the Landlord, the Tenant must pay: An administration fee of 30 (including VAT) for each time the rent is overdue by 5 days A further charge of 30 (including VAT) if the Rent is not forthcoming within 10 days of the rent due date A fee of 30 (including VAT) for each additional correspondence sent by post, or visit to the Property An administration fee of 45 (including VAT) if a representative from 2C properties has to visit the property requesting payment for rent arrears A fee of 15 (including VAT) for administering and dealing with bounced payments A fee of 30 (including VAT) for extra visits to the property after the tenancy has ended as a result of tenant neglect or other failure to comply with the terms of this agreement A fee of 10 (including VAT) for returning overpaid rents due to standing orders not being cancelled Any bank charges incurred by the Landlord or his Agent resulting from dishonoured cheque or standing order mandates drawn by the Tenant for all Rent and other payments due to the Landlord and his Agent To pay interest at the rate of 4% per annum above the base rate for the time being of Lloyds Bank Plc on any Rent arrears of more than fourteen days calculated from the Rent due date until the date upon which it is actually paid in full The Tenant will be liable for any reasonable charge or other cost incurred as a result of missed appointments where a prior arrangement has been made for tradesmen to visit, inspect or work at the Property An administration fee of 15 is payable upon providing an Agent/Landlord reference An administration fee of 12 is payable upon providing additional copies of the contract To complete a standing order mandate to enable the rent to be paid by standing order. Any rent paid by an alternative method will result in a 10 administration charge being applied by the Agent The Tenant shall not withhold payment of Rent of any other monies payable under the Agreement on the grounds that the Landlord is or may be in breach of any of his obligations to the Tenant whether under the terms of his Agreement or imposed by statute or otherwise The Tenant is responsible for applying for exemption / discounts that may be applicable to the Tenant during the tenancy to include Council tax exemptions To pay the cost of the Television License in respect of the Premises if the Tenant uses television services To pay costs for replacing, repairing damages, decorating and professionally cleaning to the property, fixtures, and fittings within the property communal areas. If fault cannot be contributed to a particular party or resident the cost will be shared between all resident residing within the effected building. This is too include all shared communal areas within a block of flats. 5. Repair and Maintenance 5.1. To notify the Landlord immediately of any maintenance issues and or event which cause or may cause damage to the Property, fabric of the building or be a danger to the Tenant. Where the Tenant may have doubt as to the seriousness of the maintenance report they are to treat the matter as an emergency and during office hours contact the Landlord or out of these hours contact the emergency number supplied. Where the Tenant reports a defect or requests a repair this action is authority for the Landlord to attend without further notice of access.

5 5.2. Not to damage the Property and Contents or make any alteration or addition to the Property without written permission of the Landlord not to be unreasonably refused To keep the interior of the Property and the Contents in at least as good and clean condition and repair as they were at the commencement of the tenancy, with fair wear and tear excepted, and to keep the Property reasonably aired and warmed To pay the reasonable costs incurred by the Landlord in replacing or repairing any furniture or other contents, lost, damaged or destroyed by the Tenant or at the option of the Landlord, replace immediately any furniture or other contents, lost, damaged or destroyed by the Tenant, and not to remove or permit to be removed any furniture or other contents from the Property That the Landlord or any person authorised by the Landlord may at reasonable times of the day on giving 48 hours written notice, (unless in the case of an emergency) enter the Property for the purpose of inspecting its condition and state of repair. The Tenant shall permit the Property to be viewed on reasonable notice (no less than 24 hours) at all reasonable times To replace all broken glass in doors and windows damaged during the tenancy where the damage has been caused by the Tenant or their guests Not to affix any notice, sign, blue-tack, attach poster or other thing to the internal or external surfaces of the Property in such a way as to cause damage The Tenant must paint any wall damaged by them which includes marks to the wall from corner to corner To take all reasonable precautions to prevent damage by frost. Leave heating on twice a day whilst away or over the Christmas period to ensure the Property s temperature does not fall below 10 degrees In order to comply with the Gas Safety Regulations, it is necessary: That the ventilators provided for this purpose in the Property should not be blocked That brown or sooty build up on any gas appliance should be reported immediately to the Landlord Not to obstruct or cause any blockage to the drains, pipes, sinks or baths Not to introduce into the Property any portable heaters fired by liquid or bottled gas fuels without the Landlord's prior written consent That the Tenant shall be responsible for testing all smoke detectors (if any) fitted in the Property on a regular basis and replace the batteries as necessary To immediately replace all light bulbs / strips / outside lights that may cease to work during the term of the Tenancy and the Landlord does not provide any ladders or such like assist the Tenant in changing these bulbs In the event that the washing machine, dishwasher, cooker, fridge/freezer or any other item/s supplied by the Landlord becomes defective or breaks down in any way the Tenant will notify the Landlord. If there is a current warranty or service contract the Tenant will contact the supplier and / or the warranty company, service provide (details of which will be supplied to the Tenant) and this Tenancy authorises the Tenant to act as the Agent on behalf of the Landlord and to deal with and make any necessary appointments and negotiations as necessary to produce a speedy and effective remedy for any defects in so far as the defect is covered under warranty and not to incur liability on behalf of the Landlord In the event of the Tenant reporting a defect which results in the calling out of a contractor and no fault is discovered or a fault is discovered which is directly attributable to an act or default of the Tenant, the Tenant shall pay and be responsible for the contractors account and this account is to be settled in full in 30 days from the date of repair Should the Tenant call out a contractor without prior permission from the Landlord the Tenant will be liable for all costs unless acting reasonably to effect emergency repairs that are causing a danger to the fabric of the building or the Tenant for which the Landlord is liable, having due regard to the emergency procedures that maybe in place.

6 6. Property Use 6.1. To use the Property only as a private residence for occupation by the Tenant only and not to carry on any profession trade or business or let apartments or rooms Not to leave the Property vacant for more than 30 consecutive days without first notifying the Landlord in writing and to keep the Property locked and secure using all security measures put in place by the Landlord and use at all times all door and window locks as reasonable Not to do or permit or suffer to be done in or on the Property any act or thing which may be a nuisance, damage or annoyance to a person residing, visiting or otherwise engaged in lawful activity or the occupiers of the neighbouring premises Not to use the Property for any illegal or immoral purposes Where the Landlord's interest is derived from another lease ("The Headlease") then it is agreed that the Tenant will observe the restrictions in the Headlease applicable to the Property. A copy of the Headlease, if applicable, is attached Not to keep or store any bicycles/motorised vehicle equipment or appliance of any type whatsoever within the premises or common parts except in the position (if any) specifically designated by the Landlord for the purpose Not to damage or injure the premises or make any alterations or additions to the premises, including putting up shelves (without consent) and decorating Not to smoke, light candles or use illegal substances inside the house at any time or allow any guests or visitors to do so. This includes not to permit to be done on the Property anything that may invalidate any insurance of the property against fire or otherwise or increase the ordinary premium for such insurance. Should there by any damage to decoration, soft furnishings and/or carpets from smoking, hot appliances or any form of naked flame, the Tenants will be liable for any professional cleaning, redecoration or replacement items required Damage caused through the use of irons, hair straighteners or any other hot appliances is not deemed fair wear and tear and as such the Tenant should take all precautions necessary to ensure damage is not caused to the fabric or contents of the Property through their use Not to make noise or play radio, television, audio equipment or musical instrument in or about the Property so as to cause nuisance to neighbours of other adjoining residents or people in the immediate area. Not to permit to be done on the Property anything that may be or become a nuisance or annoyance to the Landlord or Agent of the Tenants or occupiers of any adjoining rooms or properties Not to undertake activities or use the Property in a manner that will cause the Landlord to be approached by neighbours, management companies, local authorities etc. seeking remedial action against the Tenant Not to damage the property or the building or make any alteration in or addition to it or the electrical or plumbing system or install television/internet provider equipment or decorate or change the style or colour of the decoration without written permission of the Landlord. The Tenant will be responsible for the cost of the reinstatement or redecoration at the end of the Tenancy. Not to hang any posters, pictures or other items to the interior or exterior of the building using nails, blu tac, sellotape or their equivalent but only to hang posters, pictures or other items in the premises using picture hooks with the Landlord s prior written consent Not to fix or suffer to be fixed to the exterior or windows of the Property any notice board sign advertisement or poster and not to permit any clothes or fabrics to be hung out or exposed for drying or airing so as to be visible from outside the Property Not to install or change any internal or external door locks or alarm codes and agree that the Landlord or Agent shall hold a spare set of keys for all doors. The Tenant will be liable for the cost of replacement door locks or door repairs. Where damage has occurred to the door locks during the Tenancy for whatever reason, apart from wear and tear, the Tenants are liable to pay for lock repairs or replacements and the key replacements. In particular, the front door lock must not require a key to open it to get out; this is a requirement of the Private Sector Housing Department at Bristol City Council. The Landlord does not allow locks to be fitted to individual bedrooms in any circumstances.

7 6.15. To return all keys at the end of the Tenancy and in default to pay for securing the Property against re-entry including changing locks and cutting keys as necessary and to pay any reasonable Landlord or Agents fees in arranging the same Not to store or permit or allow to be stored or keep in or upon the Property or any part thereof any gas oil paraffin heater or store any other fuel burning appliance or any combustible fuel of any kind Not to prop open any fire door or remove any fire door self closer To keep clear all hallways, landings or common areas of any building of which the Property forms a part and the Tenant must keep these areas clear of post and or junk mail. In the case of a flatted property, in conjunction with other proprietors/occupiers, to sweep and clean the common stairway, hallway and any other common area every calendar month or pay the share of costs attributable to the Property. This includes any common garden area. The Landlord reserves the right to remove or have removed any such obstruction or hazard and to charge any reasonable costs to the Tenant for so doing Tenants agree to regular (weekly) cleaning of the property and to keep the interior of the Property and the Landlord s fixture and fittings, contents clean and in good condition, repair and decoration. The Tenants are to undertake a full deep clean to the Property to include all appliances at least every three months, this includes the washing machine, where the Tenant agrees to pay the cost of repairs to it should it break down from tenant misuse during their Tenancy. The Tenants will also be liable for the costs of a drainage clearance company should the drains become blocked by excess food/non biodegradable items being tipped down the sinks/toilets/showers/baths Tenants must keep the rooms ventilated and heated during the cold weather so as to not create condensation, which can result in mould and mildew. Stains and/or damage caused by condensation and created by lack of ventilation/heating on the part of the Tenants, will be charged to the Tenants and this will be deducted from the Deposit Tenants agrees to clean the inside and outside windows of the property and any blinds / curtains as often as necessary and at least every three months during the tenancy and at the end of the tenancy The Landlord undertakes Property inspections in accordance with clause 5.5 and the Tenant agree to deep clean the Property in readiness for the inspection. Should any cleaning or other action be required the Tenant will be given 48 hours to carry this out prior to a re-inspection. If this is not done then the Landlord reserves the right to give written notice to the Tenant the day before they intend to carry out the work to make good such breach and the Tenant will pay the Landlord such costs incurred To defrost all fridges and freezers every three months Not to dry anything on any of the radiators in the Property and to be responsible for any damage caused No account to use any open fires within the Property Not to enter onto or place any item on any roof or in any attic space or external windowsill or gutter Not to bring or allow to be brought onto the Property any items (including electrical items) that are not fully compliant with all current regulations (as amended) and only to use these items in accordance with the manufacturers instructions and to indemnify the Landlord against any loss through their misuse. 7. No Disposals Subletting or Sharing 7.1. Not to assign sub let underlet charge or part with or share possession or occupation of the whole or any part of the Property and not to grant any license to occupy the same or part thereof without the written approval of the Landlord. 8. Animals and/or Pets 8.1. Not to keep any cats or dogs at the Property and not to keep any other animals, reptiles or birds (or other living creatures that may cause damage to the Property, or annoyance to neighbours) on the Property without the Landlord's written consent. Such consent, if granted, to be revocable, on reasonable grounds by the Landlord. 9. Garden / Car Parking (if applicable)

8 9.1. If the Tenancy includes a garden as described in the Particulars to use it as a private garden only and to keep it clean and tidy and properly cultivated and free from weeds and the grass regularly (monthly during the growing season) mown and hedges / shrubs regularly trimmed and will undertake a full and proper tidy of any garden to include all areas at the end of the winter and spring terms. Unless stated on the Inventory gardening equipment is not provided Not to lop, top, cut down, remove or otherwise injure any trees shrubs or plants growing upon the property (with the exception of normal pruning) or to alter the general character of the garden and to cultivate the same in a reasonable manner according to the season of the year and so to deliver up the same at the termination of the Tenancy in the same good and well maintained condition If the Tenancy includes car parking spaces as described in the Particulars or the Tenant has access through or over any part of the Property either solely or communal they are to regularly sweep and keep clean and clear leaves and debris moss and other growths and to use such areas for private parking of motor vehicles and no works or maintenance may be carried out or allow to be carried out to such vehicles and not to allow untaxed vehicles on the car park and to indemnify the Landlord against any costs of removal and storage of the same. 10. Refuse & Vermin To remove all rubbish from the premises, during and at the end of the Tenancy. To properly and safely store refuse and recycling at the property to avoid odorous piles of poor refuse management. To dispose of all rubbish and recycling through the services provided by the local authority Not to leave any refuse outdoors except on the day of collection and then only in a properly closed receptacle and to ensure that the refuse is collected and disposed of and not to use plastic bags or any other unauthorised storage media and to remove all items left on the street paths or other area if refuse is not collected on the day of collection Where complaints about rubbish are received, the Landlord will notify the Tenant to advise them about the complaint. The Tenant will be given until 5pm the following day to clear and tidy the area removing any rubbish to the correct licensed tip. Should the Tenant fail to remove the rubbish a contractor will attend and remove the items for which a charge will be levied. This charge is 5.00 per rubbish sack (subject to a minimum charge of 35.00). This charge will be split evenly between all residents living at the Property At the expiration of the Tenancy to ensure that any refuse receptacles provided by Bristol City Council or other appointed contractors are left empty and washed out and the refuse is removed of and disposed of to the correct licensed tip or registered transfer station Pay and arrange for the removal of all vermin (from 2 weeks after the commencement of the Tenancy), pests and insects, during the term, woodworm and wood borrowing insects expected, unless such infestation occurs as a failure of the Landlord to fulfill their repairing obligations. 11. Electrical Equipment / Appliances To keep all electrical and other working appliances (except gas appliances) in good working order and at least up to the standard pertaining when the Tenant took possession To keep all electric lights in good working order and in particular to replace all fuses, bulbs, fluorescent tunes as and when necessary. Also any replaceable or disposable filters, vacuum bags etc to be replaced, at the end of the tenancy. 12. Landlord Entry To allow the Landlord to enter the Property for any reason to include Property Inspections the next day upon giving notice except in the event of an emergency or when maintenance has been reported when the Landlord may attend the same day. The Landlord can give such notice by pre-paid first class post hand delivered letters telephone calls or messages or to either the Lead Tenant or Tenant If the Property falls within a controlled parking zone the Tenant agrees to provide the Landlord with visitor parking permits on request for which the Landlord agrees to reimburse the Tenant with any agreed associated costs. 13. Costs To pay all fees expenses and costs incurred by the Landlord including Legal, Surveyor s or Agents fees:

9 In preparing and serving a notice upon the Tenant for any breach of any the provisions of the Tenancy notwithstanding forfeiture is avoided otherwise than by relief granted by the court In the preparation and service of a Schedule of Breaches of the Tenancy during or at the expiration of the Tenancy In connection with the recovery of Rent arrears due under this Tenancy In relation to any request for consent required under this Tenancy whether such consent is given or refused. 14. Other Tenant Responsibilities Within seven days of receipt thereof, to send to the Landlord or Agent all correspondence addressed to the Landlord or the owner of the Property and any notice, order or proposal relating to the Property (or any building of which the Property forms part) given, made or issued under or by virtue of any statute, regulation, a consequence of any breach of the agreements on the part of the Tenant in this Agreement That where the Property is left unoccupied, without prior notice in writing to the Landlord, for a prolonged period, the Tenant has failed to pay rent for that period, has shown no intention to return, the Tenant is deemed to have surrendered the Tenancy. This means that the Landlord may take over the Property and re-let it. 15. At the Start and During the Tenancy The Tenant Agrees: To locate the position of the stop taps (gas, electric and water) and note their location in a visible place for future reference by all Tenants, guests or person that may enter the Property To notify the Landlord immediately upon taking possession should they not understand how the stop taps (emergency control valves) for gas, water and electricity work and with how to isolate these unaided in the event of an emergency To notify the Landlord immediately upon taking possession should they not be able to locate and ensure they are fully compliant with how the fire alarm and or burglar alarm (if applicable) is operated Not to alter the operation of, cover or disable the smoke detector, emergency lighting or tamper with the fire alarm system or disable or alter the operation of the burglar alarm Not to interfere with or misuse the fire fighting equipment Not to tamper with sockets, plugs, spurs, consumer units or cause the overloading of any electrical wiring within the Property To ensure that all utility supplies have been transferred into the name of the Tenant/s, to include council tax and water service charges. 16. End of Tenancy At the expiration of the Tenancy the Tenant agrees to return possession of the Property and: To arrange for the Property to be cleaned to the same standard as noted on the Inventory or as amended on the Inventory including all carpets, soft furnishing and curtains which shall have been soiled during the Tenancy To make good, pay for the repair of, or replace all such items of the fixtures, fittings, furniture and effects as shall be broken, lost, damaged or destroyed during the Tenancy (reasonable wear and tear excepted) To leave the oven in the same state of cleanliness as it is listed in the Inventory To defrost and fully clean any fridge or freezer

10 To attend a check out meeting with the Landlord/clerk as applicable on or before the expiration of the Tenancy. The check out is to take place at the Property to hand over all the keys, Property File and conduct a full and final inspection. The inventory including Contents and Condition Report are to be checked and verified by both the Tenant and Landlord/Clerk. Should the Tenant choose not to be present at the check out, it is agreed that the check out report carried out in their absence is accurate To leave the Contents at the end of the tenancy approximately in the same places in which they were positioned at the commencement of the tenancy Provide full details of the utility suppliers if requested by the Landlord and to ensure that all utility suppliers have been correctly closed and all accounts paid in full and all associated equipment has been removed from the Property prior to vacation Should the Landlord use an Inventory Clerk to conduct the check in and out, the Tenant will be responsible for the cost of the final check-out inspection priced at The Tenant will hand over the keys issued and ay duplicates (whether authorised or not) to the Landlord by 12 noon on the last day of the tenancy or such time as shall be mutually agreed Ownership of anything belonging to the Tenant left at the Property after the Tenant has vacated will if not claimed within 2 days pass to the Landlord who shall be allowed to dispose of them however he thinks fit for his own benefit and at the Tenants cost In the event that the Tenant shall unlawfully repudiate or attempt to unilaterally terminate this Agreement prior to the expiry of the Tenancy and without prejudice to all claims by the Landlord against the Tenant at common law or otherwise to pay the Landlord the full costs of re-letting the property (including all disbursements) and all and any loss of rent or other monies incurred by the Landlord as a result of the same. 17. The Landlord Agrees with the Tenant as Follows: The Tenant shall have quiet enjoyment of the Property against the Landlord and all persons claiming title through the Landlord The Landlord many bring this tenancy to an end by giving written notice of not less than two months to expire: At the end of the Fixed Period (in any event being a date not earlier than 6 months from the Start Date); or At any time within 2 months after the end of the fixed period; or If the notice is served after the end of the Fixed Period to expire at the end of a complete rental month If the Tenant wishes to leave on the last day of the Fixed Period the Tenant must give the Landlord not less than 2 months prior written notice of his/her INTENTION TO LEAVE the Property If the Tenant wishes to leave after the end of the Fixed Period the Tenant shall give to the Landlord TWO MONTHS WRITTEN NOTICE of his/her intention to vacate expiring at the end of a complete rental month (this overrides the statutory suggestion of four weeks) If neither the Landlord nor the Tenant gives notice this Agreement carries over upon the same terms until expiry of any notice given. 18. The Parties Agree: Forfeiture: If at any time the whole or any part of the Rent shall be unpaid for 14 days after it becomes due (whether legally demanded or not) or if there is any reach of the Tenancy the Landlord shall be entitled in addition to any other right to repossess the whole or any part of the Property and this Tenancy shall immediately then terminate but without affecting the Landlord s right to sue the Tenant for any breach of covenant. If at any time during the Term any of Grounds to 15 inclusive or 17 set out in Schedule 2 of the Housing Act 1988 apply the Landlord may thereupon bring the Terms to an end and seek an order fro possession may also be sought under the terms of Grounds 1 and 2 Schedule 2 Housing Act 1988.

11 18.2. Fire: To return to the Tenant whole or part of any Rent payable for any period while the Property is rendered uninhabitable by accidental fire. The amount in case of dispute to be settled by arbitration and either party may appoint an arbitrator and in default of agreement either party may make reference to the president for the time being of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and his decision should be final and binding on both parties. 19. Additional Clauses The Landlord may carry out internal or external repairs, alterations, upgrading or refurbishment. Any such works, which will be carried out, will be notified to the Tenant in writing prior to the commencement of works Unless the Landlord is notified in writing and signed by the Tenant any end of Tenancy meeting and deposit refund will be via the nominated Lead Tenant. This Lead Tenant must be present at the checkout. Only the Lead Tenant present at the check out will have the authority to deal with any disputes on behalf of the Tenants Should the group individually or as a whole remain in the Property for a second term, the original Inventory as agreed and signed for (allowing for amendments to cover replacement furniture or appliances or maintenance, refurbishment upgrades expected) will be the document to be referred to at the vacation of the Property Where a Property has the benefit of allocated parking the Landlord reserves the right to suspend this facility if the area is required during the day to day maintenance of the building. Should this be the case, the Tenant will be notified in advance by / telephone or by post All carpets (where applicable) and windows (inside and out) to be professionally cleaned at the end of the tenancy Should the Tenant wish to renew the fixed term contract there will be a fixed renewal fee of The First Schedule (attach a separate sheet if necessary) SIGNED by the LANDLORD(S) :- (or the Landlord s Agent) Name:. Signed by the TENANT(S) :- Name(s): Signature:... Signature(s):...

12 Date:

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a furnished dwelling house

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a furnished dwelling house ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a furnished dwelling house Important Notes - This Tenancy Agreement is a legal and binding contract and it may not be terminated early unless the agreement contains

More information

COMPANY LETTING AGREEMENT

COMPANY LETTING AGREEMENT COMPANY LETTING AGREEMENT for letting residential dwelling house General Notes 1. This tenancy agreement is for letting furnished or unfurnished residential accommodation to a company. 2. This agreement

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

{landlord_addressline1} {landlord_town} {landlord_county} {landlord_postcode} {landlord_mobile}

{landlord_addressline1} {landlord_town} {landlord_county} {landlord_postcode} {landlord_mobile} ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement For letting a residential dwelling

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement For letting a residential dwelling Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement For letting a residential dwelling Notes for Landlords and Tenants This Tenancy Agreement is for letting furnished or unfurnished residential accommodation on an assured

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a residential dwelling house

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a residential dwelling house ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a residential dwelling house This Tenancy Agreement is for letting furnished or unfurnished residential accommodation on an assured shorthold tenancy within

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Date:... Parties: The Landlord: Mr & Mrs Shiplee (tel: 01473 311133) (mob: 07592 034398) The Manager: Margaret Shiplee (tel: 01473 311133) (mob: 07592 034398) margaret@cpmlets.co.uk

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

HMO Common Law Tenancy Agreement. and. The Property: For letting furnished premises at the dwelling house known as: [1 Acacia Ave Eastbourne E Sussex]

HMO Common Law Tenancy Agreement. and. The Property: For letting furnished premises at the dwelling house known as: [1 Acacia Ave Eastbourne E Sussex] HMO Common Law Tenancy Agreement Between: 1. The Landlord: Student Heaven Properties Ltd whose trading address is: 37c Ceylon Place Eastbourne E. Sussex BN21 3JE and 2. The Tenant: [J Smith] [J Brown]

More information

ONLY FOR USE WHERE THE DEPOSIT IS TO BE PROTECTED WITH DEPOSIT GUARD THE TENANCY DEPOSIT SCHEME (TDS) Assured shorthold tenancy agreement room only

ONLY FOR USE WHERE THE DEPOSIT IS TO BE PROTECTED WITH DEPOSIT GUARD THE TENANCY DEPOSIT SCHEME (TDS) Assured shorthold tenancy agreement room only 2012 DepositGuard ONLY FOR USE WHERE THE DEPOSIT IS TO BE PROTECTED WITH DEPOSIT GUARD THE TENANCY DEPOSIT SCHEME (TDS) Assured shorthold tenancy agreement room only under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT APRIL 2018 EDITION RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS ASSOCIATION

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT APRIL 2018 EDITION RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS ASSOCIATION ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT APRIL 2018 EDITION RESIDENTIAL LANDLORDS ASSOCIATION Page 1 (Provided under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 and amended under part 3 of the Housing Act 1996) If you need

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Dear Yan, Please read and sign the Tenancy agreement to commence your stay at urbanest King s Cross. LANDLORD LANDLORD S ADDRESS URBANEST UK KING'S CROSS MT LIMITED

More information

Page 1. Date: This agreement is between us: the landlord or landlords. and you (individually and together): the tenant or tenants

Page 1. Date: This agreement is between us: the landlord or landlords. and you (individually and together): the tenant or tenants Page 1 2017 Assured shorthold tenancy agreement (Provided under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 and amended under part 3 of the Housing Act 1996) If you need to pay a deposit, we will deal with it under

More information

Assured shorthold tenancy agreement

Assured shorthold tenancy agreement Assured shorthold tenancy agreement This is an agreement for letting a dwelling on a fixed term assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 (as amended). Page 1 of 16 Assured shorthold

More information

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement The National Landlords Association Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement For a dwelling house that is: (Please tick as appropriate) furnished unfurnished Assured Shorthold Tenancy within the meaning of the

More information

AGREEMENT for letting furnished dwelling house on an assured shorthold tenancy

AGREEMENT for letting furnished dwelling house on an assured shorthold tenancy AGREEMENT for letting furnished dwelling house on an assured shorthold tenancy DATE PARTIES 1. The LANDLORD Vince Norvill 1, Saville Close Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL50 4NE Tel: 07931 630408 Email: vince@yourperfectpad.com

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT The Landlord Name: DIGS (SWANSEA) LTD The Tenants Name(s): (The term the Tenant applies to each named joint tenant. Each individual tenant enjoys the full rights and

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 As amended under Part 3 of the Housing Act 1996

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 As amended under Part 3 of the Housing Act 1996 Dated: START DATE ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 As amended under Part 3 of the Housing Act 1996 This Agreement is between us: LANDLORDS NAME AND ADDRESS ( the

More information

TENANCY AGREEMENT (FIXED TERM)

TENANCY AGREEMENT (FIXED TERM) TENANCY AGREEMENT (FIXED TERM) AN AGREEMENT made the day of 200 BETWEEN Of:.. ( the Tenant ) and. Of: ( the Landlord ). WHEREBY IT IS AGREED as follows: 1. The Landlord agrees to let and the Tenant agrees

More information

HEAD TENANCY AGREEMENT. ("the Landlord") and (2) The University of London ("the Tenant")

HEAD TENANCY AGREEMENT. (the Landlord) and (2) The University of London (the Tenant) HEAD TENANCY AGREEMENT THIS TENANCY AGREEMENT IS MADE BETWEEN: (1) ("the Landlord") and (2) The University of London ("the Tenant") in respect of ("the Property") together with the fixtures, furniture

More information

TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a furnished/unfurnished dwelling-house on an assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988

TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a furnished/unfurnished dwelling-house on an assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a furnished/unfurnished dwelling-house on an assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 DATE PARTIES 1. THE Landlord 2. THE Tenant Any reference to one

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

AGREEMENT for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988

AGREEMENT for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 AGREEMENT for an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 NOTES: This is a form of legal document and is not produced or drafted for use, without technical assistance, by person unfamiliar

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT (the Tenancy ) IS MADE ON..DAY OF. 201.. BETWEEN: Landlord s name (the Landlord ), of......., holding a Midlands Landlord Accreditation Scheme number

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT This agreement is made between the Managing Agent Cunningham Residential Lettings And The landlord And The tenants of the property below CONTENTS CLAUSE 1. Interpretation...

More information

Assured Shorthold Tenancy

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 - as amended under Part 3 of the Housing Act 1996 Date: This Agreement is between: Degree Living Ltd of 1 Dunston Court, Chesterfield, Derbyshire,

More information

("the Tenant" which expression shall where the context so admits include the persons deriving title under the Tenant) of the other part.

(the Tenant which expression shall where the context so admits include the persons deriving title under the Tenant) of the other part. AGREEMENT FOR AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY (Deposit held by Stonehouse Properties and protected under the Dispute Resolution/Tenancy Deposit Scheme) This Agreement is made Date Between Landlord ("the Landlord"

More information

If you are not a tenant but you have paid towards the deposit, please read and sign the following declaration.

If you are not a tenant but you have paid towards the deposit, please read and sign the following declaration. 2012 NOT TO BE USED WITH DEPOSIT GUARD. DO NOT USE THIS AGREEMENT WHERE THE DEPOSIT IS TO BE PROTECTED WITH THE TENANCY DEPOSIT SCHEME (TDS) Assured shorthold tenancy agreement room only under part 1 of

More information

1.1.3 The Guarantor (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

1.1.3 The Guarantor (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a furnished dwelling house/flat on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the housing Act 1996 This agreement is

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for a furnished dwelling house

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for a furnished dwelling house ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for a furnished dwelling house This agreement is made the day of BETWEEN Honor Properties (hereinafter referred to as the Landlord of the one part, which expression

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For all types of residential accommodation whether furnished or not Section 19A Housing Act 1988

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For all types of residential accommodation whether furnished or not Section 19A Housing Act 1988 ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For all types of residential accommodation whether furnished or not Section 19A Housing Act 1988 THIS TENANCY AGREEMENT IS MADE BETWEEN Landlord ) ( the and (1) (5)

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Talbot Property Partners 870 The Crescent Colchester Business Park Colchester Essex CO4 9YQ Tel: 020 3161 6001 Fax: 020 3161 6011 ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT The PROPERTY The LANDLORD of Talbot

More information

AGREEMENT Assured Shorthold Tenancy - Under Part I of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under Part III of the Housing Act 1996.

AGREEMENT Assured Shorthold Tenancy - Under Part I of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under Part III of the Housing Act 1996. Generally 1. This agreement is intended to create an Assured Shorthold Tenancy in accordance with Section 19A of the Housing Act 1988, as inserted by Section 96 of the Housing Act 1996. 2. This agreement

More information

TENANCY AGREEMENT. (Hereinafter called "the Property")

TENANCY AGREEMENT. (Hereinafter called the Property) TENANCY AGREEMENT DATED The Property The Landlord The Tenant The Agent (Hereinafter called "the Property") c/o 2 nd Floor John Swift Building, 19 Mason Street, Manchester M4 5FT (Hereinafter called "the

More information

Easy Lettings (Birmingham) Ltd

Easy Lettings (Birmingham) Ltd Management Deposit held with TDS Page 1 of 6 Easy Lettings (Birmingham) Ltd 545 Bristol Road Selly Oak Birmingham B29 6AU TEL: 0121 472 6969 FAX: 0121 472 7532 www.easylettingsbirmingham.co.uk Email: Sales@easylettingsbirmingham.co.uk

More information

Residential Tenancy Agreement

Residential Tenancy Agreement Residential Tenancy Agreement Date : The Landlord : The Tenants : The Property : Note for Tenants 1. This is a Fixed Term Tenancy Agreement 2. The Residential Tenancies Act 2004 applies to this Agreement.

More information

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement DRAFT

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement DRAFT Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement FOR DRAFT Tenants: Lead Tenant Second Tenant Particulars Important Notes for Tenants This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible

More information

DATED ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT. relating to [DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY] between THE LANDLORD.

DATED ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT. relating to [DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY] between THE LANDLORD. DATED 2012 ------------ ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT relating to [DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY] between THE LANDLORD and THE TENANT CONTENTS CLAUSE 1. Interpretation... 1 2. Grant of the Tenancy...

More information

Assured shorthold tenancy agreement under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under part 3 of the Housing Act 1996

Assured shorthold tenancy agreement under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under part 3 of the Housing Act 1996 Assured shorthold tenancy agreement under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under part 3 of the Housing Act 1996 If you need to pay a deposit, we will deal with it under one of the government-approved

More information

Re: Letting of "Property Number" "Property Address 1", "Property Address 2", "Property Address 3", "Property Address 4", CO00 0DE

Re: Letting of Property Number Property Address 1, Property Address 2, Property Address 3, Property Address 4, CO00 0DE Letter Ref: Unsent letter "Title" "Landlord Forename" "Landlord Surname" "Landlord Address 1" "Landlord Address 2" "Landlord Address 3" CO00 0DE Dear "Title" "Landlord Forename" "Landlord Surname", Re:

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting an unfurnished dwelling house on an Assured Short hold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this

More information

UNREGULATED TENANCY AGREEMENT

UNREGULATED TENANCY AGREEMENT UNREGULATED TENANCY AGREEMENT Dated: The following definitions apply in this Agreement Common Parts: the bathroom, lavatory, lounge and kitchen, entrance halls, corridors, staircase, forecourts, footpaths

More information

Let Only deposit held with Landlord SAMPLE Page 1 of 5

Let Only deposit held with Landlord SAMPLE Page 1 of 5 Let Only deposit held with Landlord SAMPLE Page 1 of 5 Easy Lettings (Birmingham) Ltd 545 Bristol Road Selly Oak Birmingham B29 6AU TEL: 0121 472 6969 FAX: 0121 472 7532 www.easylettingsbirmingham.co.uk

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT FIXED TERM

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT FIXED TERM ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT FIXED TERM For letting a dwelling on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this tenancy agreement

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a dwelling on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this tenancy agreement is

More information

Term: A term of five years from the << >> day of << >> 20 << >>

Term: A term of five years from the << >> day of << >> 20 << >> T E N A N C Y A G R E E M E N T AGREEMENT dated the > day of > 20 > Landlord: Tenant: Property: > > The house

More information

Student Housing. Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (For letting of a residential dwelling)

Student Housing. Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (For letting of a residential dwelling) Student Housing Page 1 of 6 Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (For letting of a residential dwelling) Notices: This Tenancy Agreement is a legal an binding contact. The Tenant(s) is/are responsible for

More information

Assured Shorthold Tenancy

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Assured Shorthold Tenancy www.openrent.co.uk THIS CONTRACT HAS NOT YET BEEN SIGNED BY ALL REQUIRED PARTIES AND IS PROVIDED AS A SAMPLE ONLY ALL ITEMS IN BLUE ARE EDITABLE BY THE LANDLORD UNTIL ALL PARTIES

More information

(1) The University of London ( the University ) ( the Tenant ) ( The Guarantor )

(1) The University of London ( the University ) ( the Tenant ) ( The Guarantor ) TENANCY AGREEMENT This tenancy is not intended to create an assured shorthold tenancy, as it has been granted by a specified educational institution within the meaning of paragraph 8 of Schedule 1 to the

More information

(1) The University of London ( the University ) ( the Tenant ) ( The Guarantor )

(1) The University of London ( the University ) ( the Tenant ) ( The Guarantor ) TENANCY AGREEMENT This tenancy is not intended to create an assured shorthold tenancy, as it has been granted by a specified educational institution within the meaning of paragraph 8 of Schedule 1 to the

More information

TENANCY AGREEMENT FOR LETTING AN UNFURNISHED PROPERTY ON AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY

TENANCY AGREEMENT FOR LETTING AN UNFURNISHED PROPERTY ON AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY TENANCY AGREEMENT FOR LETTING AN UNFURNISHED PROPERTY ON AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY If either party does not understand this agreement or anything in it, he or she is strongly recommended to ask an independent

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT. Jamie Lewis Residential Lettings Western Road Leicester LE3 0GH

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT. Jamie Lewis Residential Lettings Western Road Leicester LE3 0GH ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT Date: 1 st July 2013 Landlord: Jamie Lewis Residential Lettings 40-46 Western Road Leicester LE3 0GH Tenant Property: Tenancy Period: Rent: Rent Days: The tenancy shall

More information

Condor Properties. Room Number - Address - Page 1 of 5. the landlord or landlords. the tenant or tenants and student ID. Date:

Condor Properties. Room Number - Address - Page 1 of 5. the landlord or landlords. the tenant or tenants and student ID. Date: Page 1 of 5 Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement Room Only under part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under part 3 of the Housing Act 1996 If you need to pay a deposit, we will deal with it under one

More information

This is your Tenancy Agreement

This is your Tenancy Agreement This is your Student Residence Assured Shorthold Room type: Double Studio 4 Bed 5 Bed 6 Bed 7 Bed Premium Single Premium Double Tenancy start date: 14/09/2013 Tenancy length: 43 Weeks 51 Weeks Total weekly

More information

Secure Tenancy Agreement. Varied Terms & Conditions

Secure Tenancy Agreement. Varied Terms & Conditions 1 Secure Tenancy Agreement Varied Terms & Conditions This Agreement varies your existing tenancy agreement. It is not a new tenancy agreement and is not intended to operate as a surrender of your existing

More information

FIXED TERM SHORT HOLD TENNANCY AGREEMENT

FIXED TERM SHORT HOLD TENNANCY AGREEMENT FIXED TERM SHORT HOLD TENNANCY AGREEMENT For Letting Under Part I of the Housing Act 1988 as amended under Part III of the Housing Act 1996. Landlord Mrs J.K. Whitehead 6 Kings Buildings King Street Chester

More information

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement

Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement That the tenancy created by this Agreement is an assured shorthold tenancy within the meaning of the Housing Act 1988, as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Date Landlord

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a furnished dwelling house on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this tenancy

More information

AGREEMENT. for letting of furnished room. on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under. Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as

AGREEMENT. for letting of furnished room. on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under. Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as AGREEMENT for letting of furnished room on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by Part III of the Housing Act 1996 Date: Parties: 1 The Landlord: Christopher Farey

More information

TENANCY AGREEMENT. GLENFIELD REAL ESTATE LIMITED Registered in England Company No: (the Landlord)

TENANCY AGREEMENT. GLENFIELD REAL ESTATE LIMITED Registered in England Company No: (the Landlord) TENANCY AGREEMENT Date Landlord Tenants Guarantors Term GLENFIELD REAL ESTATE LIMITED Registered in England Company No: 4896323 (the Landlord) The Tenants named in the First Schedule to this Agreement

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a dwelling on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this tenancy agreement is

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT FURNISHED STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT FURNISHED STUDENT ACCOMMODATION Page 1 of 10 ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT FURNISHED STUDENT ACCOMMODATION This Agreement is intended to create an Assured Shorthold Tenancy as defined by section 19A of the Housing Act 1988 (as

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a dwelling on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this tenancy agreement is

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for a furnished dwelling house

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for a furnished dwelling house ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for a furnished dwelling house It is subject to any manuscript amendments following negotiation between the landlord and the tenant in relation to this property. Such

More information

LEASE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. (Apartment/Townhouse/House)

LEASE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. (Apartment/Townhouse/House) LEASE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY (Apartment/Townhouse/House) Compiled by: The Estate Agency Affairs Board 115 West Street, Sandown, Sandton. Private Bag X10, Benmore 2010. Tel (011) 883-7700 Fax (011) 883-5655

More information

FIXED TERM ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT (single room in shared building)

FIXED TERM ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT (single room in shared building) FIXED TERM ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT (single room in shared building) THIS AGREEMENT is made on the day of 20 PARTIES: ( 1 ) LANDLORD NAME of LANDLORD ADDESS (the Landlord ); and ( 2 ) NAME (ID

More information

Please read all pages and sign pages 1, 2, 7 & 8 (Tenant & Guarantor)

Please read all pages and sign pages 1, 2, 7 & 8 (Tenant & Guarantor) LETTING AGREEMENT DATE PARTIES 1. Landlord National College of Ireland 2. The Tenant **Please sign** 3. The Guarantor **Please sign** Please read all pages and sign pages 1, 2, 7 & 8 (Tenant & Guarantor)

More information

GIRTON COLLEGE FELLOWS ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

GIRTON COLLEGE FELLOWS ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT GIRTON COLLEGE FELLOWS ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT TAKE NOTICE THAT THIS TENANCY AGREEMENT IS A BINDING DOCUMENT. BEFORE SIGNING IT YOU SHOULD READ IT CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THAT IT CONTAINS EVERYTHING

More information

Residential Tenancy Agreement NSW

Residential Tenancy Agreement NSW Form 002 Residential Tenancy Agreement NSW Date this agreement is made Between LANDLORD(S) Name of Landlord 1 ACN (if applicable) Name of Landlord 2 ACN (if applicable) Address for services of notices

More information

(name) of (address) of any tenant(s).

(name) of (address) of any tenant(s). ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made on (date) AND IS MADE BETWEEN: (name) of (address) ( the Landlord ); and (name) of (address) ( the Tenant ) NOW IT IS HEREBY AGREED as follows:

More information

AGREEMENT. Between. Landlord's Name. And. Tenant's names. And. Guarantor's Name (Fill in or delete if not applicable) Relating To.

AGREEMENT. Between. Landlord's Name. And. Tenant's names. And. Guarantor's Name (Fill in or delete if not applicable) Relating To. AGREEMENT Between Landlord's Name And Tenant's names And Guarantor's Name (Fill in or delete if not applicable) Relating To Property Address Dated Date Period of Agreement: Important Notes for Tenants

More information

Assured shorthold tenancy agreement

Assured shorthold tenancy agreement Assured shorthold tenancy agreement PROPERTY: LANDLORD(S): Landlord 1 Landlord 2 TENANT(S): Tenant 1 Tenant 2 Tenant 3 Tenant 4 Tenant 5 TENANCY START DATE: This tenancy agreement has been developed by

More information

Tenancy Agreement. England & Wales

Tenancy Agreement. England & Wales Tenancy Agreement England & Wales Dated (1) THE LANDLORD (2) THE TENANT (3) [THE GUARANTOR] ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT relating to [description of the property] Contents Clause Page 1. Interpretation...

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT. THIS AGREEMENT is made on 05 July 2016 BETWEEN

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT. THIS AGREEMENT is made on 05 July 2016 BETWEEN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made on 05 July 2016 BETWEEN (i) The Landlord : Mr Aiden Garner (ii) The Tenant(s) : Mr Abul Fazal Md Ehsan & Mrs Sadia Rahman IN THIS agreement the

More information

TENANCY AGREEMENT. for letting a furnished dwellinghouse on an assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act

TENANCY AGREEMENT. for letting a furnished dwellinghouse on an assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a furnished dwellinghouse on an assured shorthold tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 CONTRACT DATE DASH ACCREDITATION No. REFERENCE No. HMO LICENCE No. PARTIES (i).

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT (SAMPLE) Made on: Operated by Abodus Student Living The principal terms and of the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement will be as follows: BETWEEN: The Landlord Landlord

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT for letting a residential dwelling house 1a) THIS AGREEMENT is an assured shorthold tenancy (as defined in section 19A of the Housing Act 1988). The no fault arrangements

More information

DATE OF LEASE 20 SPECIMEN

DATE OF LEASE 20 SPECIMEN LR1. DATE OF LEASE 20 LR2. LR2.1 LR2.2 LR3. LR4. LR5. LR6. TITLE NUMBER(S) LANDLORD'S TITLE NUMBER(S) OTHER TITLE NUMBERS PARTIES TO THIS LEASE LANDLORD ADDRESS COMPANY NO. TENANT ADDRESS GUARANTOR PROPERTY

More information

AGREEMENT FOR AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY

AGREEMENT FOR AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY Page 1 of 26 Produced by Pain Smith Solicitors for College and County AGREEMENT FOR AN ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY Important Notice This document contains the Terms of the Tenancy of FULL PROPERTY ADDRESS.

More information

THORNDON COURT BODY CORPORATE OPERATIONAL RULES

THORNDON COURT BODY CORPORATE OPERATIONAL RULES THORNDON COURT BODY CORPORATE 62398 OPERATIONAL RULES 1. Interpretation of terms, and rules binding on owners, occupiers, employees, agents, invitees, licencees and tenants. a) Terms defined in the Unit

More information

SAMPLE. 6 bed Tenancy Agreement

SAMPLE. 6 bed Tenancy Agreement ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY For letting a furnished dwelling house Good Landlords ~ Good Homes This is intended to create an Assured Shorthold as defined in Section 20 of the Housing Act 1988 and the Provisions

More information

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT

ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY AGREEMENT For letting a dwelling on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy under Part 1 of the Housing Act 1988 as amended by the Housing Act 1996. Please note this tenancy agreement is

More information

ACCEPTANCE FORMS 1 TENANCY AGREEMENT (ONTARIO) This agreement is made and entered into this day of, 2.

ACCEPTANCE FORMS 1 TENANCY AGREEMENT (ONTARIO) This agreement is made and entered into this day of, 2. ACCEPTANCE FORMS 1 1. Identification of Parties and Premises This agreement is made and entered into this day of, 2. BETWEEN: OWEN SOUND STUDENT RESIDENCE (herein called Landlord ) AND: THE STUDENT (herein

More information

LANDLORDS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

LANDLORDS TERMS AND CONDITIONS LANDLORDS TERMS AND CONDITIONS AGENCY AGREEMENT Between Cloud9 Aspirational Property Management Limited The Old Chapel, 14 Fairview Drive, Redland, Bristol, BS6 6PH and Landlord s name/s (all joint landlords):..

More information

Specimen. Specimen. Specimen. Specimen. pecimen

Specimen. Specimen. Specimen. Specimen. pecimen Preliminary This is a form of legal document and is not produced or drafted for use, without technical assistance, by persons unfamiliar with the law of landlord and tenant. It is intended to create an

More information

Tenancy agreement for a holiday letting. Corina R. F. Buckwell of Upper Lodge, The Broyle, Lewes, Sussex ('the Landlord') and You ('the Tenant')

Tenancy agreement for a holiday letting. Corina R. F. Buckwell of Upper Lodge, The Broyle, Lewes, Sussex ('the Landlord') and You ('the Tenant') THIS AGREEMENT is made BETWEEN Tenancy agreement for a holiday letting Corina R. F. Buckwell of Upper Lodge, The Broyle, Lewes, Sussex ('the Landlord') and You ('the Tenant') PARTICULARS The Deposit: 50%

More information

State of South Carolina. County of Richland

State of South Carolina. County of Richland Mailing Address: Street Address: P. O. Box 50542 3145 Carlisle Street Suite 104 Columbia, SC 29250 Columbia, SC 29205 (803) 256-2184 Email: frontdesk@scpattonproperties.com (803) 779-3255 Fax Website:

More information

McKenzie Properties Ltd

McKenzie Properties Ltd McKenzie Properties Ltd Tenancy Agreement McKenzie Properties Ltd LEASE Dear Sir/ Madam, In the following Missive of Let the following expressions shall have the meaning and effect respectively set opposite

More information

This is a legally binding Contract; if not understood seek advice from an attorney. SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE OR CONDOMINIUM LEASE

This is a legally binding Contract; if not understood seek advice from an attorney. SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE OR CONDOMINIUM LEASE This is a legally binding Contract; if not understood seek advice from an attorney. SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE OR CONDOMINIUM LEASE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. The contract is defined as this document with the following

More information

Anglia Ruskin University. Higher Education Corporation. Tenancy Agreement

Anglia Ruskin University. Higher Education Corporation. Tenancy Agreement Anglia Ruskin University Higher Education Corporation Tenancy Agreement Letting type Non-assured shorthold tenancy agreement by specified educational establishment as landlord entitling landlord to mandatory

More information

Fixed-Term Residential Lease

Fixed-Term Residential Lease Fixed-Term Residential Lease 1. Identification of Landlord and Tenants. This Agreement is made and entered into on, 2015, between ("Tenants") and VistaVida ("Landlord"). Each Tenant is jointly and severally

More information

Residential Tenancy Agreement

Residential Tenancy Agreement Residential Tenancy Agreement ADDRESS OF PREMISES: Unit: Street No: Street Name: OWNER: LANDLORD acting on behalf of the OWNER LANDLORD S Person/Agent Responsible for Tenancy Suburb: Town: P\Code: Residential

More information

Residential Tenancies Regulation 2010 Schedule 1 Standard Form Agreement (Clause 4(1)) Add all other tenants here:

Residential Tenancies Regulation 2010 Schedule 1 Standard Form Agreement (Clause 4(1)) Add all other tenants here: Residential Tenancies Regulation 2010 Schedule 1 Stard Form Agreement (Clause 4(1)) Stard form Residential tenancy agreement Llord Name (1): Llord Name (2): YOUR LOGO YOUR SLOGAN Address for services of

More information

UNDERGRADUATE ACCOMMODATION LICENCE AGREEMENT 2017/18

UNDERGRADUATE ACCOMMODATION LICENCE AGREEMENT 2017/18 UNDERGRADUATE ACCOMMODATION LICENCE AGREEMENT 2017/18 HERTFORD COLLEGE Version 2.4 ~ August 2018 This agreement sets out the terms on which accommodation is provided by Hertford College (the College )

More information

the tenant guide About your tenancy

the tenant guide About your tenancy About your tenancy 1 the tenant guide This document gives you important information about your tenancy, and helps answer any questions you may have. If you have any further questions or queries, please

More information