A lease agreement for a flat is an assured shorthold tenancy (AST). It can be used where an owner of a flat wants to rent out the whole property. An AST is a type of tenancy that allows the landlord to charge a market rent and recover possession of the property on giving the tenant at least two months' notice to the tenant (expiring on or after the first six months).
Rent out your flat safely using the most popular kind of tenancy agreement for private landlords, the tenancy agreement for a flat. This straightforward assured shorthold tenancy agreement will help you avoid all the hassles of letting.
This type of agreement also makes it simpler to evict tenants who fail to pay their rent or cause a nuisance. As a landlord, use this tenancy agreement template to lay out terms and conditions, such as payment terms, highlight your obligations, clearly outline your tenants rights and comply with tenant fees legislation.
For use in England and Wales only.