Tenancy Agreements

We are landlord and tenant solicitors in Exeter. A tenancy agreement lawyer from our housing service can provide specialist legal advice to a landlord or tenant on setting up or ending a tenancy agreement, as well as tenancy deposits and disputes.

Advice for Landlords

Landlords must fulfil a number of obligations in order to avoid potential legal problems, particularly in the event that you wish to end a tenancy. Our tenancy agreement lawyers can advise you on your responsibilities, the types of tenancy available and the most appropriate tenancy for you. We can then draw up the tenancy agreement between you and the tenant. We can also advise you on dealing with deposits, your access rights to the property once the tenant has moved in and the legal procedures for ending a tenancy.

Advice for Tenants

When you move into a rented property you will have a number of rights and also a number of responsibilities to adhere to which should be outlined in your tenancy agreement. Our tenancy agreement lawyers are experienced in advising tenants on their rights and ensuring they are protected by their agreement.

We would always recommend a written tenancy agreement and we can support you to ensure it is fair and complies with the law. It is important that you understand the responsibilities outlined in your agreement, because if you are found to be in breach of them your landlord has the right to take legal action to evict you.

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