More and more people seem to be signing up to use the Landlord Law tenancy agreements, which is very gratifying.
Things that people like about them are that:
- They are written in a ‘plain English’ style so they are easy to understand
- There are lots of different types – ‘bog standard’ ASTs, agreements for a room in a shared house, agreements for lettings with pets, agreements for lets where the landlord pays the bills etc
- They have a degree of customisation – for example in the ‘agreement specific’ information at the top and the ‘extra clauses’ section at the end when you can add your own clauses
- I regularly update them
I did an update fairly recently where I changed a few clauses (making them clearer), improved the ‘contractual periodic’ wording (which hopefully will help protect landlords against the Superstrike effect), and did a few other bits and pieces.
If you want to find out more about the agreements that we have, see our Which Tenancy Guide >> here.
Why I am writing about tenancy agreements today? Because I just did a new help video explaining our service and the document generator. See it below:
NB – If you can’t understand a word I’m saying, you will find a searchable version with subtitles >> here.