Tenancy Agreement Tips
Those of you who use tenancy agreements will be interested in a new series of blog posts I am planning for May – my 31 days of tips for Landlords on Tenancy agreements. I did a similar thing in February on Lodgers, which proved popular.
You may well think, how can you find enough to write about for 31 days on tenancy agreements? I did wonder when I first thought of it, whether I had enough material. However it is surprising how much there is to say.
The series will start by looking at whether a tenancy is needed at all, and then cover at different types of tenancy and the agreements needed for them. This will be followed by a few posts on the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations, and then a large part of the series will be looking at the different types of clauses that appear in agreements. Towards the end we will be covering more practical matters such as preparation and signatures.
At the moment I am still writing the series, so if there is anything in particular you would like me to cover, let me know.
Tenancy agreement help on Landlord Law
If you need information on tenancy agreements in the meantime, you will find a lot of guidance on my Landlord Law web-site, for example in the tenancy agreement section and also the Which Tenancy Agreement trail.