Letter Permitting Residential Tenant to Work from Home
This Letter Permitting Residential Tenant to Work from Home gives a Tenant
permission to work from home, notwithstanding the clause of the Tenancy
Agreement which prohibits the tenant from carrying on any profession, trade
or business at the property.
The Letter gives details of the Tenant’s job or business and specifies the
period during which the Tenant may work from home.
The Letter states that the concession will cease to have effect if the
Tenant materially breaches the terms of the Tenancy Agreement.
The Letter should be countersigned by the Tenant and any Guarantor to
confirm their acceptance of its terms. The Landlord should also check
whether the consent of a superior landlord or lender is required to the
grant of this permission.
If the Landlord and Tenant wish to make a permanent change to a provision
of the Tenancy Agreement they should use a
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be
read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused
options should be removed from the document.
This Letter Permitting Residential Tenant to Work from Home is in open format. Either enter the requisite details in
the highlighted fields or adjust the wording to suit your purposes.
Once you have purchased access to the appropriate document folder click on
the “Download Document” link below. You will be asked what you want to do
with the file. It is recommended that you save the document to a location
of your choice prior to viewing.