Do I need to have a tenancy agreement in place?

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A tenancy agreement is a contract between you and your tenant. It is recommended that you have a written tenancy agreement in place as it sets out the legal terms and conditions of the tenancy such as your right to receive rent for letting the property. We are only able to provide you with landlord insurance if you have an Assured, Assured Shorthold or Regulated Tenancy Agreement (England and Wales) or Short Assured or Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (Scotland) in place.

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