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Information About Your Tenancy

Thank you for renting a property from Time to Move. We act as agents on behalf of the landlord of your property. As agents, we have an obligation to the landlord to ensure the tenancy runs as smoothly as possible, the rent is paid promptly and the property is maintained to the same standard as the day the tenancy began. Therefore, we would request that in the event of any issues arising during your occupation of the property, you contact us as soon as possible.

This document is a very brief summary of certain points in your agreement and contains information that will ensure that your tenancy of the property will be as comfortable as possible. PLEASE TAKE SOME TIME TO READ YOUR AGREEMENT. IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHILST RESIDING AT THE PROPERTY. 

The Tenancy Agreement
The agreement you have signed is a legal contract between the landlord of the property and yourself. You should read the
agreement carefully and ensure you understand it fully and if in doubt consult a solicitor or other qualified person. The tenancy agreement places legal obligations on you, some of which are explained below. 

The agreement is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, which means that you can stay in the property for the period of the lease, provided you meet all the obligations of the tenancy. You have the right to an initial minimum term of six months. 

Notice Period
If the landlord wishes to end the tenancy at or after six months, we will serve what is known as a Section 21 Notice, which gives you two months’ notice before you have to leave the property. 

Early Surrender
Due to the terms of the agreement, you are contracted to remain at the property until the end of the period stated in the agreement. Should you decide to leave at the end of the period stated in the agreement, you must notify us in writing, giving a minimum of one month’s notice prior to the end of the period.