These tenancy agreements are different from Assured Shorthold Tenancies
"This is a tenancy agreement under common law for letting any high value property where the rent exceeds £100,000 a year and so disqualifies it from being an assured shorthold. This agreement includes full provision for a service charge: what services are included, how the charge is to be calculated, basis of accounts and more. It also includes a guarantor."
"This is a contractual (common law) tenancy agreement used to let a residential house or flat to a company. This document should be used in place of an assured shorthold tenancy agreement as the former can only be used where the tenant is a private individual. This is a comprehensive agreement, designed to protect primarily the interests of the landlord. The company is not a protected tenant, so you are in far stronger control than under an AST. The landlord has no obligation whatever to the occupier. Conversely, it is for the company to satisfy all the usual tenant’s covenants."
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