England Landlord Guidance

When and if the Tenant Can Leave During the Tenancy

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Questions and Answers (for this topic and country)

What Constitutes Vacant Possession?

A landlord has served a Section 21 Notice on his tenants who have an assured shorthold tenancy at Property 1 requesting vacant possession of Property 1 by 8 August 2018. (more…)

Altering Tenancy Agreement

I have a property let under and assured shorthold tenancy to a couple as joint tenants. They have now split up and one has moved out with the other remaining in the house and wanting to take on ...

Relationship split and expired EPC

A Couple moved into a property with a joint AST (March 2022) and the EPC was in date.  Couple have now split (it seems it only lasted a few days) so  I was going to re-issue a new tenancy in ...

Change of Occupancy

We have 3 tenants (England) on a guilds AST. Tenancy is still in the fixed term. 1 of the 3 tenants wishes to leave. 2 wish to remain. He is fine with this in principle - however would like ...

Renewing AST

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