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Can a company be a landlord on tenacy agreement?

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I have been given a tenancy agreement by letting agent, giving the name of a company as the landlord.
on further inquires the company address is the same property which I am renting
Your views??

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Sounds dodgy! Don’t sign until you have all the information you need. You are entitled to know the details of the landlord, which may be a company, but you should have the address and contact details of the company (not the rental property).

For more info, see our article:

Disclaimer: This information is derived from personal experience and should not be relied upon as a definitive or accurate interpretation of the law.

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