Tenancy Agreements Students

1.8 If you are under the age of 18, despite the other provisions of this lease, the lessor does not grant you a lease agreement and this lease will instead be considered a contract for the lessor to grant you a lease agreement on the terms set out in that contract within ten working days of receiving a written request from you. While waiting for such a rental contract (the “licence period”), you have the right to occupy the room. This agreement does not function as a loss of space and during the licensing period, each occupation of space is only in the form of a license. It and the lessor must both comply with and fulfil their obligations under the terms and conditions of the lease (to the extent that they are not inconsistent with this clause 1.8, as if a lease had been entered into at the time of the agreement). The lessor has the same rights and remedies with respect to any violation of the obligations imposed on you by the agreements and terms of that lease, as if a lease had been entered into at the time of this agreement. You pay the lessor amounts equal to the rents and other amounts that you would pay under this tenancy agreement at the same time and in the same way as if a tenancy agreement had been granted at the time of the agreement. This clause 1.8 prevails over all other provisions of the lease. In the case of a student tenancy agreement, not only the landlord must comply with certain requirements, but also the student tenant. The agreement is designed to protect both parties. Among your missions: if the accommodation is rented by a private landlord recommended by the university, it will be more difficult for students to get out of the rent due payment, he says. All leases should specify the amount of rent to be paid.

If your contract was for rent containing invoices, make sure it is included in the rental agreement before signing it. Beware of any fees for late payments and note what constitutes a late payment (normally 7 days). 1.7 Subject to item 2.1, this lease is a guaranteed short-term lease (in accordance with Section 19A of the Housing Act 1988). This lease is governed by the provisions of Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, which allow the owner to recover the property. This means that you cannot assert the legal rights to stay after the expiry of the lease, and a court order states that you must leave. The lessor issuing a notification under item 21 must give at least two months` notice in writing. For more information, please contact a housing advisory service, a lawyer or a citizens` advisory office to find out what this means. ยท “Tenant Deposit System,” the tenancy deposit system within the meaning of Section 212 (2) of the Housing Act 2004; 4.1 You agree to pay us the rent on time and in the manner specified in the letter of tenancy, at no additional cost, regardless of whether you used the lease by Keys Recovery.