Residential Tenancy Agreements
A residential tenancy agreement is the contract used by a landlord to rent out a residential dwelling (non-commercial use) to a tenant. This agreement gives certain rights to both the landlord and the tenant. For example, the tenants right to occupy the accommodation and the landlord’s right to receive monetary rent in exchange.
Why Adam Bernard?
It is essential that residential tenancy agreements are written in accordance with reference to the particular rental property as there may be specific provisions needed in order to maintain the building in question. To keep both residential landlord and the tenants’ rights protected, Adam Bernard Solicitors can write detailed and tailored residential tenancy contracts which will safeguard both parties from breaches in agreement.
A Residential Tenancy Agreement Will Include:
- Duration of the tenancy
- Services (if any) provided by the landlord
- Rules and obligations of both parties
- Notice period
- Amount of rent payable
For business and commercial tenancy’s see Commercial Tenancy Agreements
For contracts for managed services that may be offered to a tenant as part of the tenancy see: Managed Services Agreements
We can also review and advise on agreements you are being asked to sign, renegotiate new terms on existing agreements and contracts or draft entirely new contracts.
Call us now to get in touch with one of our expert Residential Tenancy Contract Lawyers on 0207 100 0505.