Types of Tenancy - Licences and Lodgers

A licence is where someone is allowed to occupy a property but does not have a tenancy. The owner's 'licence' or permission prevents the occupier from being a trespasser. Some of the protective legislation for tenants does not apply to licences.

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Consent to Allow a Temporary Guest to Stay With Your Tenant

This template letter gives consent to allow a guest but under strict conditions to ensure no tenancy is implied or granted to the guest inadvertently.

Terminate a Lodger Agreement Where There is a Breach

this template letter will give the lodger "reasonable" notice to vacate the room and your home.

Terminate a Lodger Agreement No Fault Nor Breach

If you have a lodger in your home and wish the lodger to vacate for no reason and there is no breach and no fault, this template is suitable for asking the lodger to leave.

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Guild subscribers can download from our selection of around 150 forms an unlimited number of times. The popular forms are regularly updated as and when necessary.

Tenancy Builder - Download Tenancy Agreements

The Tenancy Builder allows you to create assured shorthold tenancy with ease. Fully integrated electronic signing.