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Should everybody be given a tenantcy agreement as ive noticed in our house we share one of the tenants (edited) agreement has run out last year i dont wont to sound interferrring but its nicecto know that the landlord is doing everything by the book as luckily our landlord is verygood with problem sorting

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At TTV we recommend that everyone have an official tenancy agreement. There are many help and advice pages on our website with information on tenancy agreements and what happens when the fixed term of an agreement runs out. It sounds like you might be living in a House of Multiple Occupation and we have information on this too. Take a look at these pages using the following links. Be aware that you may be charged a fee to create a new tenancy agreement but it is well worth your while. We will also ask our Facebook community to help so keep popping back to see what advice they can offer.




You may not even have a tenancy, as a fundamental part of an assured shorthold tenancy (AST) is that you have exclsuive occupation of a property. SO you might only have a licence to occupy, either way everyone paying rent should have their own agreement.


When your tenancy expires at end of 6 month period, some landlords don’t renew, and just allow it to go to what is called a rolling agreement, it is pretty old school these days, as their rights and yours are slightly taken away, for tenant better as you can give notice quicker and easier to move out as you are no longer covered by a valid agreement.

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