Tenancy Agreement: England and Wales

Tenancy Agreement: Word Doc & PDF

Tenancy Agreement Template for England and Wales

Your landlord pack includes:

  • Tenancy agreement Word Doc
  • Tenant agreement PDF
  • Tenant advice document
  • Landlord advice sheet
  • Property inventory template
  • Landlord instructions

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Compiled by our UK company solicitor

What our customers say:

Exactly what I was looking for. I was able to use the rental agreement form for two different properties and the tenant advice pack added a professional touch.” – Richard Simon, Norfolk.

This tenancy agreement suited my needs perfectly. I use the rental contract and the inventory template for my furnished flat.” – Tracy Lenthall, Richmond.

Tenancy Agreement For England and Wales: Word Doc

The tenancy agreement template for England and Wales in MS Word format allows you to completely edit the contents of the rental agreement.

If you wish to change a particular aspect of the tenancy agreement form, simply open the MS Word Doc version and edit the document. You can then save and print the rental contract.

Landlord Tip: It’s better to print the rental contract and complete in front of your tenant. This allows you to go over each aspect of your property with your tenant.

Printable Tenancy Agreement PDF

For most property owners, the tenancy agreement for England and Wales contained in the pack will serve “as is”, in the standard format written by our legal team.

If this is the case, simply print the tenancy agreement PDF form and complete and sign in front of your tenant.

The rental agreement PDF can be used multiple times for tenants and for multiple properties. If you need to edit the contents of the rental contract, use the MS Word Doc version of the template.

Photo of two tenants renting property in the UK with a valid tenancy agreement
Both you as the property owner and your tenants will be protected by signing a legal UK tenancy agreement. Terms of the tenancy and other property related matters are clearly outlined in the rental contract.

UK Landlord FAQ

Do I need a tenancy agreement to rent out my property?

It is not a legal requirement in England and Wales but you are strongly advised to make sure you have a valid rental or assured shorthold tenancy agreement for England and Wales in place. Our legal tenancy agreement form protects you as a landlord and your tenant when renting your property.

Can I customise the UK rental agreement template?

Yes, our tenancy agreement template comes in MS Word format which is fully editable. Simply open the MS word version of the tenancy agreement template and make the changes you need. We advise you to save under a different filename to preserve the original document should you need to refer back to the original tenancy agreement.

Is this contract for England and Wales?

Yes, this rental agreement template is for England and Wales only. Scotland and Northern Ireland have different laws regarding property rental. In the near future we shall be making rental agreements available for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

What should be included on a tenancy agreement?

Our agreement was compiled by our company solicitor and all the main areas of renting a property are included in the document. If you are using the MS word version you can also alter, add, remove or change any aspect of the rental agreement if there is something specific to your property or circumstances you wish to highlight.

What happens if I don't use a legal agreement?

Whether you use a tenancy agreement or not, your tenant still has rights and will still be protected by the law in England and Wales. Having a valid contract which is signed by a landlord, tenant and witness establishes the parameters of the lease and gives you more leverage if something goes wrong. However, as a landlord, you must still act within the law regardless of the contents of any rental agreement.

What are landlord responsibilities in the UK?

Landlords in the UK are required to stay within the law and ensure that tenants rights are protected when it comes to renting out a property. In addition to these responsibilities, landlords must also ensure the property is safe, secure and liveable, keep all utilities in good order along with any required safety certificates and abide by the law when it comes to the tenants deposit.

Our rental agreement form is written by our UK solicitor and contains all the elements you need for renting a property in England or Wales. The lease agreement is suitable for renting houses, flats, rooms and shared tenancies.

Customer Support
We want our customers to be completely satisfied with our rental agreement for England and Wales. For pre-sales questions or after-sales support, please contact us with your questions. Read our terms and conditions of use.

Landlord advice for renting property in Scotland

Legal Disclaimer
Residential rental agreement form written by our UK company solicitor in compliance with the housing act 1988. Use, edit and adapt the agreement at your own risk. Consult your legal council for further advice.