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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

Steven Fowler, Worcester
My tenants at the moment are lovely people but they do like their TV and stereo to be played at ridiculous levels. Now that I have a proper Agreement, conducted by yourselves, I have the authority to do something about it... and I am sure the neighbours will appreciate it.
Martin Baker, Cardiff
I always thought solicitors were overpaid! We were quoted £96 for exactly the same agreement.