Tenancy greater than £25,000 per annum

Tenancy greater than £25,000 per annum

Below is an article taken from the Sunday Times which is not especially helpful. The simple fact is that a tenancy where the rent is greater than £25,000 (£100k from October 2010) per annum can never be an AST but this is a good thing, not a bad thing. It is just as...
Resident Landlord

Resident Landlord

Resident landlords are excluded from being able to grant an assured shorthold tenancy and there are two types of resident landlord. Sharing facilities e.g. kitchen, bathroom etc with tenant If you share facilities with the occupier, then it is unlikely that they are a...
Verbal (parol) Tenancies

Verbal (parol) Tenancies

Is it possible to have a verbal tenancy? This is never advisable but yes it is possible [s54 Law of Property Act 1925] 53.- Instruments required to be in writing. (1) Subject to the provision hereinafter contained with respect to the creation of interests in land by...

Subletting (Assured Shorthold Tenancy)

Termination of head tenancy: effect on assured [shorthold] tenancy The common law provides that where a tenancy is determined all sub-tenancies automatically come to an end unless the superior tenancy has been determined by surrender. S.18 Housing Act 1988 nullifies...