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Before you make your tenancy agreement you might need to consider the following:
The rental price you will be charging your tenants
The names of all your tenants
How much deposit you intend to charge (usually one months rent)
The start and end date of the tenancy
The property address where the tenancy will commence
Which bills the tenant is responsible for
How tenants will pay rent (we suggest using direct debit)
Whether the tenancy can be ended early and how this can be done
Who is responsible for minor repairs and maintenance
Whether the property can be sublet by the tenant to another tenant
You also need to ensure that what is asked of the tenant in the tenancy agreement is fair and does not go against your legal obligations as a landlord. You also
The right of freedom to live in the property, undisturbed by the landlord.
The right to live in a property which is in a good state of repair.
The right to access landlords information about the tenancy.
Protection from unreasonable eviction
Protection against unfair rent
The right to have their bond returned
Should a tenant fail to pay their rent or breach the terms of the tenancy agreement they can lose the above tenants rights.
Landlords Rights and obligations
The right to repossess the property when the tenancy ends provided you have given your tenants appropriate notice
The right to revoke the property if it gets damaged.
To enter the property by giving the tenant 24 hours notice.
Legally evict your tenant if they fail to uphold the obligations outlined in the tenancy agreement.
Once you have your tenancy agreement, you should keep a copy and also give one to your tenant to keep. The manual writing of tenancy agreementscan be effective but inevitably leaves loopholes which could be exploited by law savvy barristers if the tenancy agreement were ever to end up in a court room. It is therefore a wise decision to have your tenancy agreement created professionally.