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England Landlord Guidance

Changing the Terms (Not Rent Only)

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Consent to Allow a Temporary Guest to Stay With Your Tenant

Consent to Allow a Temporary Guest to Stay With Your Tenant

Product Code LT054 Sometimes tenants wish to have a friend or guest over for more than a night or so but all ...
Notice Proposing Different Terms for a Statutory Periodic Tenancy – England

Notice Proposing Different Terms for a Statutory Periodic Tenancy – England

Product Code: F020 THIS FORM IS ONLY SUITABLE FOR ENGLAND! Under section 6 Housing Act 1988 a landlord or ...
Consent for Pets with Conditions Letter

Consent for Pets with Conditions Letter

Product Code: LT050 Most tenancy agreements prohibit pets unless written consent is first obtained from the ...

Questions and Answers (for this topic and country)

Permission to have a pet

Do you have a template for a letter giving a tenant permission to keep pet ? If not any tips on what should be included ? Thanks (more…)

Joint tenants want to replace one of them

I have 2 joint tenants in an AST whose term ends in 3 months. One wants to move out to get work elsewhere and I want to support her in this. The other has an apparently suitable replacement who ...

FL404 Occupation Order

Hi, We have a tenanted property with a couple and their three children. The woman has now taken out a restraining order in court on the man. We have all the paperwork from the court to show ...

Change of landlord details

Hi Guildy, We have added our daughter to the ownership of some of our properties and removed her from another. We are sharing the rent of the former with her. Is it essential we advise the ...

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