Changing AST from joint to single

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    Originally posted by Echoes View Post
    The tenancy started on 15th of dec 2017 for an year contract and now its a periodic tenancy.
    Originally posted by Echoes View Post

    Are you saying the tenancy should end on the day before the orginal start (14th) date
    If you don't know when the tenancy started, then you have a big problem.

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