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Downloading Free Tenancy Agreements - What to Watch Out For - Advice for UK Landlords

A contract is a verbal or written agreement between two or more parties. A simple handshake makes the contract legal. With rental properties the contract becomes valid when the landlord provides the property to the tenant and in exchange the tenant provides the landlord with some money.

There can be many grey areas with a verbal tenancy for example, who has responsibility for changing a light bulb? Does the tenant expect the landlord to go to the property every time a light bulb doesn't work? Does the landlord expect the tenant to change the light bulbs for themselves? Establishing the boundaries of responsibility in a written tenancy agreement alleviates any future misunderstandings and is good business practice.

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