Break clauses in ASTs
Tax Planning and Financial

Hugh
Hugh
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16 years ago
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Just a question, but is it worth drawing up a new contract - would it not be easier to let it roll onto periodic tenancy?

This uses all the terms of the original tenancy agreement, and still required 1 and 2 month notice periods as previously.

But it would save you having to register their deposit with a scheme?

Otherwise, can use new RLA agreement and just insert a break clause by adding a page at the back of the Tenancy Agreement headed "Addendum" with the appropriate wording on it.

Hugh

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