Tenancy agreements are a must when you’re letting a property and should be drawn up by a well-versed solicitor. This way, it’s clear to both landlord and tenant what their responsibilities are, and disputes can be easily prevented and resolved.
With all kinds of agreements under our belts, we can offer any landlord our advice, whether you have one property or a whole portfolio.
Expert solicitors, clear agreements
The solicitors at Davis Blank Furniss have the expertise to help you through all stages of tenancy agreements, including discussing the terms, writing the documents, or dealing with a breach of contract.
Our services for residential landlords include:
- Assured shorthold tenancies
- Letting to students
- Holiday lettings
- Breaches of contract
- Rent arrears
What might your tenancy agreement include?
Generally, a tenancy agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant that goes into detail about the conditions of the tenancy, so that each party knows where they stand, and what they can and cannot do.
If you are a landlord, you’re likely to need an assured shorthold tenancy agreement, and our specialist team can prepare a suitable version and advise you how to operate it.
As the details of the agreement will depend on what your requirements are for the property, each agreement may be different. Typical details include:
- Tenancy start and end dates
- Parties involved
- Property address
- Rules for the tenant
- Landlord address
- Landlord/tenant responsibilities
- Rent to pay
- Date of payments
- Any additional charges