If you are renting a property with one or more people, you can use a Co-Tenancy Agreement to help ensure that your living situation is harmonious. A Co-Tenancy Agreement helps you avoid misunderstandings by specifying which things each roommate is responsible for.
You can use a Co-Tenancy Agreement to establish each roommate's responsibilities, including the payment of utilities, repairs, rent payments, and other expenses. A Co-Tenancy Agreement can also be used to define the house rules everyone is expected to follow, so that each roommate knows what to expect. A Co-Tenancy Agreement is a useful way to take control of your living situation, as landlords typically won't help you manage everyday disagreements—this document sets the expectations and obligations ahead of time, so that everyone is on the same page. A copy of all written agreements with the landlord, including the lease agreement, should be attached to this document.
Other names for this document: Co-Tenant Agreement
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