University Of Bristol Tenancy Agreement

If a landlord does not reside in the property with its tenants, this form of agreement is called Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). TS can be applied to joint or individual leases. THE ASTs grant you certain rights during the rental period, especially with regard to notice periods. You also have legal and general rights to protect yourself. More information about your rights under the terms of a short-term rental agreement can be found in our Housing Information Sheet (PDF). A contract or lease is a legally binding document. It is important to spend time reading and understanding them before signing. It is important that you understand the following areas: we recognize that this is a big financial issue, and we recognize that, but it is a global crisis, and students should not be the ones who pay. As a hosting provider, your business model is based on the physical development of the university. Normally, you have generated considerable profits from the presence of students in this city. We therefore ask you to absorb, as far as possible, the financial consequences of this situation. If you have a licensing agreement for a home where the owner does not live with you (for example.

B in a student residence), your landlord can only leave you if you have a clause in the contract that states that they can do so. Such a clause should define the notification you should receive. By law, you are entitled to a “reasonable” termination and the owner has yet to ask the court to evict you. At the end of the limited period, the owner is not required to inform you, as the agreement has expired. However, if you do not leave the owner must always have a court order to scare you away. If you have a fixed-term contract, it can only be terminated prematurely in agreement with the lessor, unless there is a breach clause in the contract, in which case see the paragraph above on the break clauses. We have invested a lot in improving our technical skills to ensure that the rental trip is completely contactless, straight and safe, given everything that happens. If your lease has never had a fixed term or started at the end of a fixed term, you have a “periodic” contract, also known as a “rolling” contract. Regular tenants can terminate the contract in the form of a notice of termination. The notification must be made in writing and the notice period must be equal to or equal to 4 weeks or the rental period (normally one month) and expires either on the first or last day of a rental period. The lease may provide for a longer termination period.

Normally, you must sign a written rental agreement to secure your home. It is illegal for your landlord to dislodge you or prevent you from entering your home without following proper procedure. If this happens, please contact one of our accom-private-sector@bristol.gov.uk advisors or contact Shelterline on 0808 800 4444.