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    Head fuzz over rent due dates

    AST signed on 26th. 6 month term ends on the 25th.
    I know some will say it depends what you have agreed but from a legal point of view please
    Question 1: What day is the rent due on each month ?
    Question 2: what date would count as overdue by one day?

    I'm thinking Q2 must be 27th and Q1 rent due on 26th but previous tenants have always paid their rent before the last day, so don't usually have to think about it

    #2
    When does tenancy agreement state rent is due? Sadly can't read it from here. If rent is ever by chance due on a bank holiday, Xmas day or good friday it is only actually due the day after.

    (S1 Bank & financial dealings act 1971)
    I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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      #3
      It's a rla ast so there's no specific date on it as far as I recall

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        #4
        I mean it's dated and was signed to start 26th to end 25th that's all I believe it states
        I attached a standing order request saying to pay on 25th but I'm not sure if I'm wrong and it's 26th that it'd be due on...legally I mean
        Therefore not overdue until 27th?? Sorry

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          #5
          Are you the letting agent (as you posted in that section)??

          According to RLA's current AST
          The first rental payment is for the rental period beginning on the start date shown in A2. After that you must pay rent on the first day of every rent period which follows while the tenancy lasts.
          Did you actually bother to read the relevant paper agreement before your post #4, please?
          I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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            #6
            The tenancy should normally (ideally) day something like at a rent of XXX per calendar month payable in advance with the first payment due XXX

            If the tenancy started on the 26th, and the payment period is per calendar month, and the contract is otherwise silent in the rent due date, then it’s pretty likely it’s due on the 26th of every month and overdue if unpaid by the 27th (save for bank holidays, as mentioned by Artful above).

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              #7
              Thank-you for the reassurance that makes sense.

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