Assured Shorthold Tennancy Agreement

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I notice that the tennancy agreement refers a number of times to furniture.

I am letting the property unfurnished although I am providing cooker, fires, carpets and curtains.

I have previously used the formal Oyez forms for which there is one for furnished and one for unfurnished.

Am I safe in leaving the words furniture within the tennancy agreement please?

15/02/2007 00:00

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