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Tenancy Agreements

Having a full and comprehensive tenancy agreement is just as important as finding the right tenant. It will set out the terms of the tenancy and include important details each party's responsibilities in a clear, concise and transparent way. The tenancy agreement may also be called upon should a dispute arise at the end of the tenancy. It is therefore vital that the agreement covers every aspect of the tenancy.

Using an NLA approved tenancy agreement ensures that you are providing your tenants with an up-to-date and robust agreement drawn from best practice. It shows that you are a professional landlord and proud to be an NLA member.

Other Forms

With over 50 Acts of Parliament and more than 70 sets of regulations governing the private rented sector, it is important that you follow the correct legal procedure throughout the life cycle of a tenancy.

Whether you are looking to take on a new tenant, set up a guarantor, increase the rent or bringing a tenancy to an end, this range of NLA approved Forms and Notices will help you manage any tenancy.

What’s New

NEW NLA Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement

We have rewritten the NLA Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement to reflect changes to best practice and suggestions from members. Select ‘3. Creating a Tenancy' under ‘England and Wales’, to download the new agreement.

NEW tenancy agreement and forms for Scotland

The Private Residential Tenancy became the standard tenancy for all residential lettings in Scotland from 1st December 2017. Select ‘1. All documents’ under ‘Scotland’, to download the new agreement and forms.

Important

All tenancy related documents must be produced for active use within the United Kingdom in English.

The NLA accepts no responsibly for any matter arising from the active use of any tenancy document which has been translated by BrowseAloud.

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