We had the second of our Tenancy Agreements workshops yesterday, sponsored by Anthony Gold Solicitors who kindly allowed us to use their conference room.
We covered all apsects of tenancy agreement, from what happens if you don’t have one, to preliminary training on adapting and amending.
We had a very engaged group who asked lots of questions. For example some were surprised to learn that you cannot just create a license agreement by getting the tenant to sign a licence form and we had quite long discussions about things like service occupancies, keys, pets clauses and the landlords right to enter to do inspections.
I am always surprised at how much there is to say about tenancy agreements – it is a big topic if you look at it in detail.
The only problem with the day was that we spent so much time discussing the finer details of clauses and the law that we did not have time for the practical session at the end.
However delegates came away with a much better knowledge of how tenancies work and I managed to answer all the questions that were asked (other than some which did not relate to tenancy agreements!).
There was a very nice atmosphere during the day and I noticed a lot of networking and discussion during the breaks and the clauses exercise during the morning.
Big thanks to Anthony Gold for oranising the refreshments which were greatly enjoyed by all.
All in all a good day.
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