What is a Tenancy at Will for?
A Tenancy at Will is a very flexible form of tenancy and exists where there is a tenancy which either the landlord or the tenant can terminate at any time.
It is shorter than a formal lease (only 3 pages in our version) and briefly sets out the fact that it can be terminated at any time, specifies the rent and sets out the obligations of both the tenant and the landlord.
What detailed terms does the Tenancy at Will contain?
Our agreement is quite short and has four sections, dealing with:
- Grant of tenancy at will
- Tenant’s obligations (the longest section)
- Landlord’s obligations
When you buy and download the document, you will receive detailed Explanatory Notes to assist you in completing it.
When I download the document, can I change it and/or use it more than once?
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Author: Judith Long
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