Witnessing signatures

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Many landlords insist that signatures on a tenancy agreement are witnessed. A tenancy agreement is a legal transfer of an interest in land and any such transfers usually have to be signed as a deed, and signatures on a deed have to be witnessed. However, short term tenancy agreements of less than three years do not need to be signed as a deed, and as such, do not need to have the signatures witnessed. The only provisions are: the tenancy agreements must be for a market rent, must take effect immediately and must be for less than three years.
20/04/2007 00:00

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