Short Let Agreement

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A short let agreement is a lease agreement used when letting a property for a term of less than one year. It includes short-term holiday property rentals, as well as any other property rental not exceeding one year.

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Description

A short let agreement is designed for short-term rental purposes and describes the duties and responsibilities of the tenant and the landlord. These agreements are used primarily in the United Kingdom.

Purpose

The agreement outlines all rules of tenancy and duties of both the landlord and tenant. It is a contract outlining the costs and obligations of the tenant, as well as the duration of the lease.

Types

Short let agreements are used for houses or rooms; they are also used for vacation or holiday properties. When used for a room or house, the agreements typically last at least six months. If used for a holiday property, the duration may be as short as one week.

Details

Details of the rental amount and deposit are included in the short let agreement. The tenant's responsibility for paying utilities and taxes is also included, as are any clauses regarding pets and abandonment of property.

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