When a landlord rents out their property to a tenant, it’s essential that there’s a tenancy agreement. Many people see the prospect of letting their property as an easy means of earning an income, the risk remains that it can be a legal minefield in terms of the landlord’s and tenant’s rights in a dispute.
When any property is let out, a cohesive agreement is set out to inform the rights and responsibilities of each party. If there is no agreement in place, then that’s where disputes can form. And if there’s no tenancy agreement, it makes the case even more complicated.
The tenancy agreement is a contract between a tenant and their landlord. It can be an agreement which has been agreed verbally or in written form.
A tenancy agreement outlays the rights of both the tenant and landlord for a property. For a tenant, it will include your right to occupy the accommodation, whilst for the landlord, it displays their right to receive rent for letting the accommodation to the tenant.
It’s in a tenancy agreement that all the details of the agreement are outlined. If you’ve made certain agreements, whether you’re the tenant or landlord, it must be highlighted in the tenancy agreement; as long as it is within the law.
Our residential property solicitors are vastly experienced with the process of tenancy agreement soliciting.
Through our years of experience and knowledge, we are well practised in the common difficulties that can arise in tenancy agreements.
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Whatever your issue, you can trust us to direct you to a resolution!
By having a clear tenancy agreement in place, you will reduce the chance of any disagreement. It’s imperative that both parties understand where they stand in their position of the property rental.
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