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    New AST Required?

    Hello,

    The existing Assured Shorthold Tenancy on the flat I rent out expired on 1st November 2011 and the current tenant still occupies the property under the statutory periodic tenancy.

    I am currently in the process of re-mortgaging my buy to let mortgage but am not sure whether the new mortgage company will require a new AST or whether the current statutory periodic tenancy will be sufficient. Does anyone know what a mortgage company normally requires?

    Any help with this is appreciated.

    Thanks,

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    How are we to know?
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