assured tenancy


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assured tenancy

n
(Law) Brit an agreement between a government-approved body such as a housing association and a tenant for occupation of a newly-built house or flat at an agreed market rent, under which the tenant has security of tenure. Compare regulated tenancy
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It is likely you have a short assured tenancy which will have been set for a fixed time.
Security of tenure deriving either from an assured tenancy or lease with the right to control access to their own property; Independent living by providing individually tenanted and self-contained accommodation and services that are tailored to be flexible and responsive to changing need; The option to provide opportunities for social interaction and community engagement; An ethos that promotes self-determination, enabling and independence; A model of supported housing rather than residential care.
Fees include any fees, charges or penalties which a landlord or tenant pays to the agent in relation to letting agency work, property management work or in connection with an assured tenancy or a house let under an assured tenancy.
For the purposes of the legislation, "fees" are basically defined as any monies which a landlord or tenant pays to the agent or letting agency or property management work, in connection with an assured tenancy.
AI take it you were renting from a private landlord and have an assured tenancy agreement.
Many would rather lose a portion of their benefit than leave a street property for a gardenless flat, and no-one in their right mind swaps a secure for an assured tenancy.
Secured Tenancy Agreements would be replaced by Assured Tenancy Agreements with housing bosses pledging that tenants' rights would be protected.
There is much better protection for those with an alternative assured tenancy but there are far fewer of these.
It allows Jephson to let properties for an initial period of 12 months before deciding whether to grant the more secure assured tenancy.
Where home ownership is not sustainable, the property can be purchased outright and the owner can be offered an assured tenancy to allow the household to remain in the home.
Residential property is usually let on a six month assured tenancy basis, giving rise to the possibility of vacant periods with no rent and downward rental values if there is a surplus of property over tenants.
BRYAN and Enid Pullinger, both 76, live in a twobed ground-floor flat in Magnolia Grange, an assured tenancy development run by Girlings in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.