Since a statutory periodic lease can only result from the expiry of a fixed-term lease, such leases remain considered to be contractual periodic leases. A temporary lease takes an agreed duration depending on what is stipulated in the rental agreement. In general, it takes 12 months. A legal periodic rental agreement is established at the expiry of a Shorthold Tenancy (AST) insured if the tenant still resides in the same property. As stated above, this will be done under the same conditions as the previous lease. This is what is found in section 5 of the Housing Act 1988 – since this means that the new periodic lease is created by law, it is called a statutory periodic lease agreement. So I suggest: 1. Don`t let yourself be pressured to accept that they issue a new lease; Tell them that you need to consider your options before making a decision. 2. Find out exactly what`s in the contract.
Don`t let them explain to you, because they`re going to take their turn. But ask if there are any other tenant search fees; You can say “no”! 3. Decide what your options are and what the consequences are. Options can be: – terminate the contract and manage it itself. – Terminate the contract and find another managing agent. – Let the agent issue a new fixed-term contract (but beware of long-term contracts if they calculate the search fee in advance based on the duration) – let the lease become periodic. 4. Decide what you want and negotiate with them to get a deal.
z.B. they may want another moving expense, but you may be able to dissuade them by suggesting that you put your management stuff elsewhere. Be sure to negotiate with someone who can make a deal, not a junior. Legal Periodic Rental: If a new guide is published by the one you have already made available to your tenant [at the beginning of the temporary lease], you must provide the latest version to your tenant at the beginning of the periodic lease. To reseed it, you don`t have to do anything to initiate a periodic rental agreement. Landlords in England should be required to serve tenants with a government-published “How to Rent” guide for tenants at the beginning of the lease. These manuals will be updated over time. Simon, delighted to have taken the trouble to answer.
Which Legal is currently studying all the documents and communications after addressing exactly the same points that you made yourself. You said that the rents paid for Sept & Oct may not be necessary, since the lease may have been broken by the absence of “x” in the property for 10 days and you love yourself, regardless of the real reason for its absence. We offered by e-mail to take the rent from Sept & Oct, provided that she agreed that the lease was now over. She refused! Everyone else agrees that my “Notice to Quit” acted correctly and was legal, so I don`t know what she intends to do, other than trying to reduce the rent from us which won`t sink as long as “x” occupies the property. I have hearsay information that this lady is a member of the bar who hit the other tenants. If true, is this behavior appropriate for a lawyer? I have a question about the duration of a 12-month AST lease. If the 12-month AST agreement states that it is a 12-month agreement that starts on 01.11.2020, shouldn`t it end on 01.11.2021? The contract states that it is a 12 month with a start date 01/11/2020 and ends on 31/10/2021, I always thought that the 12 months run and end on the same day, but you have to leave the property before 12:00…