Tenancy agreement template - where do people get them from ?

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    Tenancy agreement template - where do people get them from ?

    Hi,

    I'm in the process of moving away from using a letting agent to fully managing my own flats. I'm about to welcome a new tenant and am in the process of depositing his deposit in my DPS account and get his tenant check carried out. He doesn't move in for a few weeks yet so i wish to use a tenancy agreement template and fine tune it for my property.

    Where do people tend to get these from ? - obviously need an electronic copy i can modify.

    Thanks in advance,
    Mike.

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    Originally posted by mikeyw View Post
    Hi,

    I'm in the process of moving away from using a letting agent to fully managing my own flats. I'm about to welcome a new tenant and am in the process of depositing his deposit in my DPS account and get his tenant check carried out. He doesn't move in for a few weeks yet so i wish to use a tenancy agreement template and fine tune it for my property.

    Where do people tend to get these from ? - obviously need an electronic copy i can modify.

    Thanks in advance,
    Mike.
    Anyone have anything ?

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      #3
      You need rather more than just AST as documents to manage a tenancy & tenant ... see list RLA or NLA provide to members.

      Dunno if you've ever tried Google search but...
      https://www.gov.uk/government/public...ssured-tenancy
      (There are, as I seem to find with all ASTs, errors IMHO...)

      Cheers!
      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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        #4
        Your Tenant has agreed to rent your place without seeing the agreement you'll ask them to sign?

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          #5
          Don't stick deposit in DPS until credit check & AST signature (as long as not hitting 30 day limit)
          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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            #6
            I think there is an AST on this site - click the documents tab or look around online - sometimes you have to pay a fee but I'm sure you'll find one.

            The key is to read and understand it yourself before you let a tenant have it.

            If you've already got an agreement from an agent on a previous tenancy scan and correct that one - that's how I started out.



            Freedom at the point of zero............

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              #7
              Thanks all - found the government landlord template which i think is a fairly safe bet.

              Will get the credit check carried out then arrange for the bond money once everything is signed.

              He's agreed on principal to move in but obviously expecting to see and sign the AST 1st.

              thanks again,
              Mike.

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