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    Where should i get a ast from ?

    Hi all

    Could someone advise me the best place to get a standard 6 month ast contract from.

    I have been reading on here, some get it from the

    "Residential landlords association"
    and others get
    "the Lawpack one" from WH Smith.

    Which is the best and will the same ast cover furnished and unfurnished property.

    Or would anyone be kind enough to send me a copy of a blank AST ?


    Thanks
    Cris2fer

    #2
    Hi,
    If you send me your e mail address I will forward the RLA AST

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      #3
      Pm sent thanks

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        #4
        Hi Chris,
        Have sent via e mail.

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          #5
          Thanks IKHPMM

          I have just got the email and i'm going to have a good read

          cheers
          cris2fer

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            #6
            Blank AST

            Hi IKHPMM

            Could you please email me a copy as well?

            Many thanks

            Samswy

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              #7
              1. How do you know it's a good one?
              2. Is it subject to copyright?
              3. If anybody uses it who is going to carry the can if is turns out to be not what you wanted it to be?
              4. Does it follow the UTCCR guidelines?
              I'm just suggesting that mistakes multiply like a virus! Landlords have too much faith in tenancy agreements that are produced en-masse; granted they are lawful but are often remiss in looking after the landlord's interests. I would steer clear of anything that hasn't been submitted to the OFT and returned without any amendments suggested!
              The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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