Most Landlord Friendly Tenancy Agreement

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  • jpkeates
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    There's a good start point here: https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com....php?t=5180214

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  • Jon66
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    The best book is defending possession proceedings by nic madge, jan luba et al. The definitive text for this side of housing law. Its a great book.

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  • duckandcover1
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    You lucky person, thanks anyway, I will have a search on google

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  • Lawcruncher
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    Sorry, can't help with that question as I have not lived in the UK for a while.

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  • duckandcover1
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    Lawcruncher,

    Is there any particular book you'd recommend, I think this would be quite useful for me as well

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  • Lawcruncher
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    Tenant friendly tenancy agreements are hard to come by. Either use the goverment one or one you find in an up-to-date book published by a reputable publisher. Resist the temptation to make changes. As for getting to grips with proper procedure, again a book is probably your best bet.

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  • jpkeates
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    The government model agreement looks pretty good to me, and has the kind of checklists you're looking for.
    Joining a landlord agreement usually gives access to a support service as well as their tried and tested agreements.

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  • mariner
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    Join NLA/RLA to use theirs or use Govt standard TA. (not perfect).

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  • lardlord
    started a topic Most Landlord Friendly Tenancy Agreement

    Most Landlord Friendly Tenancy Agreement

    I've previously got burnt using an estate-agents tenancy agreement. I'm looking to revamp all my paperwork going forward. Is there consensus on the best and most landlord friendly tenancy agreement? If so, how do i get a copy?

    Also is there a best-practice list for checking in a new tenant? I've seen that people make tenants sign a doc saying they've seen that all smoke alarms are working etc. If there's such a list - or you can detail the specific steps we should take when dealing with new tenants i'd be very appreciative.

    Thx.

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