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A Tenancy Agreement is also known as a Residential Letting Agreement. It outlines the rights and obligations of a tenant and landlord throughout a residential tenancy.Learn More
A Commercial Lease Agreement lays out the written rules and expectations of a landlord and tenant for the duration of a commercial tenancy.Learn More
Letting, Leasing, and Tenancy Forms
- Tenancy AgreementTenancy AgreementA Tenancy Agreement creates a residential tenancy between a landlord and tenant, and outlines the rights and responsibilities of each party during the term.
- Residential Rental Inspection ReportResidential Rental Inspection ReportA Residential Rental Inspection Report is used to document the physical condition of a property before and after a residential tenancy.
- Residential Tenancy ApplicationResidential Tenancy ApplicationA Residential Rental Application is used by landlords, lessees, and property managers to collect information on potential renters.
- Residential Sublease AgreementResidential Sublease AgreementA Residential Sublease Agreement is used to convey some or all of the property rights that a tenant has under a residential lease to a third party for a portion of the tenant's remaining term of the original lease.
- Equipment Hire AgreementEquipment Hire AgreementAn Equipment Rental Agreement is a contract by which one party, the owner of equipment, rents equipment to another party.
- Commercial Lease AgreementCommercial Lease AgreementA Commercial Letting Agreement is a written agreement between a landlord and business tenant, where the tenant will let the property for commercial purposes in exchange for money paid to the landlord.
- Commercial Sublease AgreementCommercial Sublease AgreementA Commercial Sublease Agreement is used by a tenant to transfer his or her letting obligations to a third party for the remainder of the lease term. The new tenant is held to the terms of the master lease, but the original tenant is still responsible for ensuring rent is paid and there is no damage to the property.
- Lease AmendmentLease AmendmentA Lease Amendment is used to make changes to existing lease. The original lease remains in effect, but one or more changes are made to the terms of the lease. In order for the Lease Amendment to be valid, it must be signed by all of the parties listed in the original lease.
- Lease Assignment AgreementLease Assignment AgreementA Lease Assignment Agreement is used when a tenant who is renting property from a landlord wants to transfer the entire interest that the tenant has in the property to a third party. The third party then assumes the lease and all rights and obligations under the lease that the tenant had with the landlord.
- Flatmate AgreementFlatmate AgreementA Flatmate Agreement is a contract between flatmates to establish rules for the shared tenancy.
- Letter of IntentLetter of IntentA Letter of Intent is a written statement describing a future understanding between two parties.
- Hold-Harmless (Indemnity) AgreementHold-Harmless (Indemnity) AgreementA Hold Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement is used to protect one or more individuals by limiting liability, losses, or damages that may result from their participation in an activity.
Commercial Eviction and Renewal Notices
- Section 25 NoticeSection 25 NoticeA Section 25 Notice is used by a landlord to end a commercial tenancy and propose terms for renewing the tenancy, or to end the tenancy and refuse to start a new tenancy, whereby the landlord regains possession of the property.
- Section 26 NoticeSection 26 NoticeA Section 26 Notice is used by a tenant to request and set terms for a new commercial tenancy.
Residential Lease Notices
- Eviction Notices (Residential)Eviction Notices (Residential)A Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term) is an eviction notice used when a landlord wishes to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term. A Section 21 Notice (Periodic) is used by a landlord to end a periodic term after the fixed term has expired. A Section 8 Notice is an eviction letter used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy before the fixed term has expired.
- Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term)Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term)A Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term) is an eviction notice used when a landlord wishes to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term.
- Section 21 Notice (Periodic Term)Section 21 Notice (Periodic Term)A Section 21 Notice (Fixed Term) is an eviction notice used when a landlord wishes to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy at the end of a fixed term. A Section 21 Notice (Periodic) is used by a landlord to end a periodic term after the fixed term has expired. A Section 8 Notice is an eviction letter used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy before the fixed term has expired.
- Section 8 NoticeSection 8 NoticeA Section 8 Notice is an eviction letter used by a landlord to terminate a tenancy before the fixed term has expired. This type of notice can only be issued when the tenant has violated the Tenancy Agreement or one of the mandatory grounds for eviction.