assured tenancy


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assured tenancy

a private-sector tenancy under which a dwelling house is let as a separate dwelling but which is not subject to the Rent Acts.
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A As your tenancy started before February 28, 1997, and you were given nothing in writing by your landlord you have what is called an assured tenancy.
If such a notice in the prescribed form was not given, then the tenancy that was created was not an assured short hold tenancy, but an assured tenancy, which entitles the tenant to protection from eviction.
YOU can have an assured tenancy if you do not have a resident landlord and the accommodation is your main home.
For the adventurous investor, Venture Capital Trusts are an option but no longer offer the same "easy" ride of some of the old Assured Tenancy Business Expansion Schemes.
Bridge Homes is a limited liability partnership (LLP) between SFT and the Local Authority, established for the purpose of acquiring and letting Units to a specific target tenant group, as affordable homes on a short assured tenancy basis.
The assured tenancy agreements start at about pounds 400 a month but there are other options for retirees looking for an easy-to-manage property, without entering the rental market.
But it would be much better if they sold their homes to housing associations that could provide the security of an assured tenancy agreement in return.
The company is backed by good management and the regulated and assured tenancy portfolio still has a long way to run and has good upside potential.
He also saves pounds 60 a month in agents' fees by letting the house himself on a six-month shorthold assured tenancy, bought for a few pounds from a legal stationers.
Short-term contract workers often don't know how long they will be living in the area, and so don't want to tie themselves to the usual six-month assured tenancy agreement," says Graham.
Do not believe the blatant propaganda written in the latest information document, stating that there is virtually no difference between Secure Tenancy and the proposed Assured Tenancy - there is