Tenancy Agreement Templates

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Published: 10th August 2009
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The tenancy agreement is a contract between you and your landlord. It may be written or oral. The tenancy agreement gives certain rights to both you and your landlord, for example, your right to occupy the accommodation and the landlord's right to receive rent for letting the accommodation.

You and your landlord may have made arrangements about the tenancy, and these will be part of the tenancy agreement as long as they do not conflict with law. The tenancy agreement can give both you and your landlord more than your statutory rights, but cannot give you less than your statutory rights. If a term in the tenancy agreement gives either you or your landlord less than your statutory rights, that term cannot be enforced.

A tenancy agreement can be made up of

'express terms'. These include what is in the written tenancy agreement, if there is one in the rent book, and/or what was agreed orally

'implied terms'. These are rights given by law or arrangements established by custom and practice.

You can know more about it and can download readymade Tenancy Agreement templates from here. These templates and tenancy agreements are drafted to take account of the new tenancy deposit scheme provisions. There are also other forms and documents that a landlord needs including inventory checklists and termination notices.

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