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Agreement for a landlord to share house/flat

The owner of a house or flat can use this agreement to take on a lodger to occupy part of the property with them. Because this document creates a licence and not a lease, it means that you can bring the agreement to an end much more easily than under a tenancy agreement, providing you with more protection. This agreement is suitable for up to 2 lodgers who will occupy a single room. If you are taking on more than one lodger in separate rooms, you will need to create a separate agreement for each room.
Compatible region(s): England & Wales Northern Ireland

Agreement for a landlord to share house/flat

The owner of a house or flat can use this agreement to take on a lodger to occupy part of the property with them. Because this document creates a licence and not a lease, it means that you can bring the agreement to an end much more easily than under a tenancy agreement, providing you with more protection. This agreement is suitable for up to 2 lodgers who will occupy a single room. If you are taking on more than one lodger in separate rooms, you will need to create a separate agreement for each room.

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