Section 21 Expired Before 6 Months

Please see our article on recent council tax rules which will assist with deciding what length of fixed term to give.   Firstly, happy new year to everyone! We’ve been a little quiet during the first week of 2011 because we have lots of cases that were...

When to Protect

This entry is part 2 of 9 in the series Protect / Unprotect a DepositA deposit must “as from the time it is received” be dealt with in accordance with an approved scheme [s.213(1) Housing Act 2004]. Note, in that sub-section, there is no 30 day time limit which is...

Granting the Tenancy

This entry is part 17 of 22 in the series Granting an Assured Shorthold TenancyWith all tenants and guarantor present, do the following: ... Please login or signup to continue reading this...

Statutory Periodic Tenancy

Introduction A statutory periodic tenancy is what happens to an assured or assured shorthold tenancy when the tenancy ends. One important note is that if the tenancy has a term to the effect that the tenancy continues as a periodic tenancy after the end of the fixed...

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