Liberty Living Tenancy Agreement


The National Student Union has asked all student owners to offer an exemption with impunity from rental contracts for the remainder of this year and the next academic year. Eva Crossan Jory added that the union wanted to see “a reduction or abandonment of rents for students financially affected by coronavirus” by landlords. “The lease does not require the tenant to physically reside in the property, and their right is to evacuate their tenancy, but the lease is not affected.” 5.9 If we reasonably believe that an object in your possession or control is likely to harm you, others or our property, we may remove it from your home. Harmful objects include (but not limited) weapons (even under licence), chemicals, controlled substances and psychoactive substances. We will give you a receipt for all seized items and (unless perishable, animated or illegal to own) we will collect it for you at the end of your lease. We immediately throw away all perishable, animable or illegal items and other items if they are not recovered within 7 days of the end of your lease. We can argue on your part (in accordance with paragraph 3.6) the reasonable cost of storage and disposal. The landlord rents and the tenant takes up the space for the duration of the tenancy and this contract creates a guaranteed short-term rent in Part 1, Chapter II of the Housing Act 1988, as amended by Part III of the Housing Act 1996 and the provisions relating to the recovery of property by the lessor in Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 apply in accordance with Part 1 Chapter II of the Housing Act. that rent is an end and that it is a given that space and accommodation are recovered for one or more of the reasons 2, 8, 10 to 15 or 17 of Part I of Schedule 2 of the Housing Act 1988 before the fixed life expiry. 1.

(a) The University of Leeds pays the deposit to Liberty Living and the deposit is then paid to the Deposit Guarantee Service (The DPS) and provided by the Deposit Guarantee Service (DPS). (b) The deposit is guaranteed within 28 days of the start of the lease with the DPS conservatory deposit system, the proof of which is sent to the tenant by e-mail from the DPS. The tenant will be provided with the prescribed information, conditions and conditions of DPS, within 28 days of registering their deposit, the landlord agent will provide this information by email. c) The DPS is managed by the Deposit Protection Service, The Pavilions, Bridgwater Road, Bristol, BS99 6AA. Phone 0330 303 0030. (d) At the end of the lease, the tenant must agree with the broker an appropriate date for an evacuation check and any damage or other costs that may be deducted from the deposit must be communicated to the tenant at that location. If the tenant cleans without a visit, the agent performs the inspection in the absence of the tenant. (e) The legal rights of the landlord and tenant, before the district court, are not affected by the clauses a to ed above.