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Welsh Government prescribed form of a periodic occupation contract

Model Written Statement of a Periodic Standard Occupation Contract

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This Model Written Statement of a Periodic Standard Occupation Contract is the model written statement prescribed by the Welsh Government which incorporates all the fundamental and supplementary provisions applicable to a periodic standard occupation contract (without modification).

From the 15 July 2022, (when the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 (‘the Act’) comes into force), private landlords and letting agents will grant new standard occupation contracts (which replace most tenancies and licences in Wales) from this date. Existing tenancies and licences which are caught by the Act will convert to standard occupation contracts automatically on the 15 July 2022.

This model written statement can be used by private landlords and letting agents in Wales as the basis for creating a new periodic standard occupation contract. A landlord and contract-holder may wish to modify and omit certain terms, but this must be done in accordance with the Act. Additional terms can also be added but these must not conflict with the fundamental and supplementary terms of the contract.

The model written statement of contract does not have to be used but the contract used must comply with the provisions of the Act and supporting legislation. The new Welsh laws are complex. Customers should refer to the Guidance on Standard Occupation Contracts for use by private landlords and letting agents in Wales for further information on occupation contracts, how the model written statements are to be used and when a written statement is to be provided to avoid being in breach of the Act. The guidance (mentioned above) should be referred to alongside this Model Written Statement of a Periodic Standard Occupation Contract.

This written statement may also be obtained from the Welsh Government’s website.

Crown copyright in this model written statement is acknowledged and contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0. This document is in open format. Either enter the requisite details in the highlighted fields or adjust the wording to suit your purposes.

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