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Tenancy Agreements (England)

“Tenancy Agreement”

7 Jul 2017 | 3 comments

Signatures-Landlord and Tenant. Is there a legal requirement for a further Witness signature?

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3 Comments

  1. guildy

    No, unless the fixed term is for greater than 3 years in which case it would then need to be witnessed.

  2. davenportproperties

    Thank you:
    Should I need to have a guarantor would a witness then be required?

    • guildy

      Yes, the guarantee agreement should always be witnessed.

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