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Tenancy Agreement document?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by krish, Oct 5, 2005.

  1. krish

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    Hi - I plan to let a room in my new house in about six months time and I'll be the residential landlord..... so does anyone know where I can download for free an editable Tenancy Agreement (MS World format)?

    If anyone has these sort of files on them, perhaps you could attach the original template document? - and I'll PM you a batch of unused CD WOW £1 evoucher codes in return (which still work as I use them regularly :))

    cheers
    Krish

    ps. Mods - delete/edit this if you think its inappropriate (I hope it isn't ;) )
     
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    WHSmiths have them mate. You want the document for a live in landlord as you have more rights and you can sling them out with only 2-4 weeks notice as apposed to the standard AST where they have more rights. :)
     
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    for some reason I think you can get them from a post office..?
     
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    I've got a copy of an Assured Shorthold Tenency Agreement which I typed in word. It's stood up to council/social security scrutiny, so I presume it would in court if ever it came to that.
    However, I'm unsure if this is the same type of tenancy agreement you'd need for letting a room in a house, as opposed to a whole house.

    Let me know if it's any good to you, and I can mail it. Even if you're not sure if it's the right one, it can't hurt to have a look at it. It's either on my laptop, or old PC at work, so finding it should be easy (I printed lots of copies off when I had the chance)

    Let me know.

    Cheers
     
  5. krish

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    thx guys for the earlier tips - though an electronic version is what I'm looking for

    Orson - just PM'd you details and evouchers
    cheers mate! :smashin:
     
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    some useful info about being a landlord can be found here
     
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