Buying a property that is tennanted

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Where I stand with regard to purchasing a property that comes with a tenant with regard to tenancy agreements and deposits etc please. I would imagine any deposit that was given to the previous owner would need to be transferred to me or details of a holding protection scheme passed over, and that I'd need a copy of the previous tenancy agreement so that I could compare it to my own the RLA tenancy agreement. I would then have to issue a new short term lease. Is there anything that I do not know, that I don't know

16/10/2016 16:33

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