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Periodic tenancy agreements

landlord john

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I've never heard of anyone doing this but I suspect the question is because the landlord wants to change the rent. Shorthand tenancy agreements for new tenants are usually for a 6 or 12 month period during which time a tenants payment record/ performance is monitored and both tenant and landlord can decide whether they want to continue with arrangements or not. A tenancy can be terminated by mutual agreement at any time.

Setting up a new tenancy is quite a lot of work with all the documentation required.......especially if the landlord doesn't have a letting agent to handle all that stuff.

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One way to formalise a periodic tenancy is to draw up a new tenancy agreement which would invalidate the earlier tenancy and make the fixed period of the new tenancy 1 month and therefore periodic from the 2nd month. 

What is the reason in wanting to do this?

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