What Should Go in a Tenancy Agreement When You Rent Out Properties?

One of the most important aspects to renting out properties is drawing up a tenancy agreement that protects the letting agent, landlord and tenant. It is the legal document that is usually referred back to in the event of any disagreements during the time in which the tenant is resident. But what should go in a tenancy agreement? Here are some of the essential items that make up a watertight rental agreement. Basic information That Should Go in a Tenancy Agreement It seems obvious, but you should include the full names of everyone involved in the rental. This includes the landlord and all tenants. Without this comprehensive detail, it makes it much more difficult to enforce the agreement if

What Can You do if a Tenant Damages a Landlord's Property?

The majority of tenants take good care of the properties they rent, but occasionally accidents do happen. You have a number of potential courses of action available when it does occur, and the right way forward depends on the tenancy agreement and the actions of the occupant. So what can you do if a tenant damages a landlord’s property? What Tenants Should Do When They Cause Damage A tenant should alert the landlord or lettings agency as soon as possible after any damage occurs. From there, you can inspect the issue and come to an agreement on how it should be rectified. If the damage falls under the definition of ‘wear and tear’, it is the landlord’s responsibility to replace and maintain t

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