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Hello

Regarding the tenancy agreement, which looks very good, but my property is leasehold and subject to covenants which the tenants will have to abide by as well. Have you come across this before and are their any clauses I can/should add that you can advise on? I couldn't see anything in the existing agreement about adhering to existing terms on any 'estates'.

I was thinking I could say " the house is leasehold and subject to covenants which must be adhered to by the tenant(s) at all times" and then attach a copy of them for their records.

But what do you advise? Is this necessary? For instance, it's not like they can attach anything to the outside of the property without my permission anyway, and that is already covered, but not sure if I should mention this as well?

Thanks
27/10/2015 16:12

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