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letsretirein thesunshine
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As landlords managing our own properties we always give an unsigned copy of our tenancy agreement to incoming tenants in the week before the day the tenancy commences, which is when each copy is signed and exchanged.

Our reason is: the tenant could use the excuse that they did not have time to understand the agreement, if it was only read through and signed at the time of coming into the property.

Our daughter is just moving out of home at the age of 27! She is renting though a local respected agency. She has today, 24 hours before the tenancy begins, paid her first months rent and deposit by debit card. However, she has not been permitted a sight of the agreement, which will be offered to her tomorrow afternoon, when she is met by their representative, for inventory check and handing over of keys, and of course, signing the tenancy.

Any comments would be much appreciated. Thanks.

28/03/2011 00:00

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