Under the Housing Act (section 5), he will therefore have a periodic tenancy agreement every month. This will begin immediately after the end of his old rent on July 22 and will therefore be the “period” from the 23rd day to the 22nd day of the month. Or you could say that a new period begins on the 23rd day of each month. Most people think that a lease is granted for a certain period of time, usually six months or a year. Very few leases, in the private sector anyway, are starting to be periodic. This usually occurs when the fixed life ends. Can I check regular rents based on the temporary TSA? Is it possible to create in the AST terms that create a periodic lease agreement over the fixed term, which is not bound by the same rules as a SPT – for example, a longer notice period. I was told it is possible (periodic lease), but do you think, if possible, why not all periodic leases are created in this way? Am I correct in thinking that if you lease a tenant for a month, as in your example, and you operate it as a periodic tenancy agreement, a landlord cannot evict the tenant if there are problems before a 6-month tenancy period is over? Landlords are better advised to have a periodic tenancy agreement executed if the tenant is problematic, that if the situation deteriorates, they will not have to wait until the end of the fixed term to evict them from the property. You can start the procedure for the first six months (and so you can get an advance on landlords who give leases for six months of fixed terms), but no, the judge cannot make the order for possession for an appointment during the first six months of rent. This usually happens even if you don`t have an AST.
If the tenant stays at the end of the fixed period and pays the tenancy that the landlord accepts, a periodic rent is implied. If you want to leave, you can usually terminate your lease by undressing the keys until the end of the fixed term and returning. Check your contract to see if you have to say you`re leaving. It is also possible to grant a tenant a periodic lease from the outset instead of a fixed term of six months or one year. You do this by giving them an initial duration of one month (or a week or four weeks) and simply allowing it to continue. Re your second comments, you can provide a contractual periodic lease after the end of the fixed term, but you have to pay attention to the abusive conditions in the consumer contracts, if the longer termination times, and it may not be possible to do so: landlordlawblog.co.uk/2010/05/15/tenancy-agreements-31-days-of-tips-day-15-unfair-terms-1/ Therefore, it is totally wrong if people say that people stay after the end of the fixed term have no rent, or even that they are squatters.