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A draft Tenancy Agreement, also referred to as a Residential Tenancy Agreement, Short Assured Tenancy, or Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, is a contract that sets out the terms of the relationship of a landlord and tenant(s) during the term of tenancy. You may use a basic tenancy agreement or home let management contract if you are renting a house, flat or from another party.
A tenancy / lease may either be for a fixed period, which means it ends on a certain date, or it may be periodic, which means that it runs on a week-to-week or month-to-month basis.

Do I need a Tenancy Agreement?

You may need a Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement if:

What does a Tenancy Agreement cover?

A basic Tenancy Agreement includes information such as:

Where can I use this Tenancy Agreement?

You may use this agreement for any residential property within:

Why is a Tenancy Agreement or landlord contract/let agreement important?

It's important to have a written contract between a landlord and a tenant in order to lay out all of the responsibilities and obligations of each party during the rental agreement. This way, both parties understand and agree to the terms, which can help to avoid conflict and disagreements in the future.
A Tenancy Agreement is designed to protect both parties' interests while ensuring that the property is maintained and cared for. Designating duties keeps the tenant in a comfortable home during the tenancy, and the landlord will receive a well-maintained home once the agreement has ended.

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