Long term tenancy
Tenancy Types and Management

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16 years ago
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Could you give me some advice please.

A prospective tenant has requested a long tenancy; i.e. 2 years instead of the usual 6 months.

Iam really not sure about this and wonder;

1. What is the earliest we could serve a S.21 notice should we decide to sell.

2. Would providing a 2 year tenancy mean that they are entitled to remain in the property for 2 years?

I am a little concerned about agreeing to this, although I understand their reasoning as they lost their last property after 6 months through no fault of their own.

Would apreciate some guidance.

Regards

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