Hi, I signed a one year rental guarantee contract with a letting agent in south east London. I have told them I do not want to renew it, but am happy to keep the tenants on and pay the introduction fee, which is stated as an option in my contract. The initial response from the agent was no to this request. The contract also states that i am prohibited from signing up said tenants for up to 9 months after they have moved out(been old too by the agents). I have spoken to the tenants they are happy to stay on and I do not see the need to make these people homeless and have to spend more money on fees and admin charges. legally the agents are my tenants and the renetrs the sub tenants under the rent gurantee scheme I signed up to. just checking if anyone knows a) if any clause that dicates who i can rent to and who renters can rent from is deemed as an unfair/legal term of a contract b) what I can do to enforce the stipulation that if a fee is paid to the agent then I can keep the tenants. I really feel strongly that these people should be left in peace in flat they are happy in and not be disrupted. Yes I can get new tenants no problem, but its the fairness and the principle that I find bothersome. It seems churlish of the agents to insit they move out. Any thoughts greatfully appreacited. Thanks.