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    Hi there
    Does anyone know where I can get a template (free if possible) for a tenancy agreement. In word document preferably? Thanks for reading

    Shiraaz

    #2
    gov.uk...free...

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...ssured-tenancy

    But you need loads more documents
    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
      Best to join either RLA or NLA

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        #4
        Originally posted by DPT57 View Post
        Best to join either RLA or NLA
        The government's precedent is better than either.

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          #5
          Just find the one that best suits your needs

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            #6
            Originally posted by Lawcruncher View Post

            The government's precedent is better than either.
            Yes, I agree, but I was thinking more for the learning, (which incidentally is also not perfect).

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              #7
              Originally posted by DPT57 View Post
              Yes, I agree, but I was thinking more for the learning, (which incidentally is also not perfect).
              The problem with a site that is almost always right is that you do not know if the answer to your question is right! Of course even an expert is not always right. Apart from that there are areas of uncertainty, not to mention cases where the experts are surprised by apparently perverse court rulings. And then you have information which is essentially correct, but incomplete.

              The problem for the layman is that he is necessarily unable to assess the quality of the advice. If the advice is to be relied on some investigation into the pedigree of those giving advice is desirable, but confirmation of the adviser's qualification to give advice is unfortunately usually unobtainable. I say I was a landlord and tenant lawyer, but no one knows for sure if I was. And you need to be wary of those who hold themselves out as experts. I have been contributing to forums like this for something like fifteen years and the quality of advice given by solcitors often leaves a lot to be desired and is sometimes just plain wrong.

              On the whole, books are more reliable than the internet, even if a book is liable to be out of date before it is printed. A good policy if using books aimed at the layman is to consult at least two. Books aimed at the professional are best avoided until you have got to grips with the basics. Books are less likely than the internet to disseminate misinformation. The spread of well-meant misinformation is the curse of the internet and the price which has to be paid for the free exchange of information.

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