Continuing and Renewing Residential Tenancies
When the fixed term of a tenancy has expired the Tenant is allowed to remain in occupation of the property and his tenancy becomes a “periodic” tenancy. A periodic tenancy can be terminated by either party with little notice – usually 2 months for an assured shorthold tenancy and 4 weeks for non-assured shortholds.
This subfolder contains a selection of documents that a landlord can use when a tenancy has become, or is about to become, periodic. The Letter to Tenant sets out the options available to the parties regarding continuing or renewing the tenancy. The Renewal Agreements and Rent Increase Memoranda can be used respectively to create a new tenancy or increase the rent payable during the periodic tenancy.
These Continuing and Renewing Residential Tenancies documents are part of the Property Documents Folder. Just £35.00 + VAT will provide you with 1 year's unlimited access to download all/any documents from the Property Folder.