If you have a fixed-term contract or lease agreement and wish to remain in the property as part of Part 4, you must inform your landlord of your intention to remain in the property. You must do so between 3 months and 1 month before the expiry of your fixed-term lease. You can use this sample notification letter to stay in Part 4 property. For example, the law provides that a person may occupy a property or room in a house as a tenant under a licensing or licensing agreement. The terms of the licence govern the rights of each party. The creation of an oral or contractual licensing agreement does not in itself result in a lease and lease agreement. An agreement called a “licence” is often used by parties who wish to avoid the effects of legal restrictions or the requirements of the 2004 housing law. For example, a person classified as a tenant is entitled to an extension, a right to a sufficient termination of the lease, etc. It should be noted, however, that on several occasions the courts have interpreted the so-called “licensing agreements” as an effective lease. 18.1 This Agreement and any dispute or claim arising from or in connection with it or its purpose or birth (including non-contractual disputes or claims) are governed by the law of England and Wales and are interpreted accordingly. When setting the rental of a dwelling in a RPZ, the rent cannot be higher than the amount set by the formula of section 19 of the Act (see section 34 of the Act 2016). The Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act, 2015 amended the Residential Tenancies Act 2004. Apart from designated “rental printing areas” (RPZ) or during the first rental review since the creation of a PCZ for an existing lease, a landlord can check the rent only once over a 24-month period.
After the start of a new lease, landlords must wait 24 months before re-reviewing rents. After the first rent check, a landlord can then implement the next rent review 24 months from the effective date of the previous rent check. The provisions of clause 9 only apply if your booking details indicate that a down payment must be made. 9.1 In Clause 9, “deposit” refers to the down payment for the amount specified in the details of the booking, which is used as collateral for the performance of your lease obligations. 9.2 You agree and have agreed that the down payment you have paid us will be paid as collateral for the performance of your obligations under the lease. 9.3 At the end of your stay, you have the opportunity to participate in a check-out inspection with one of our agents in order to reach an agreement on the deductions to be paid, if any, of the down payment. However, we reserve the right to inform you at any time of our intention to pay the down payment of the sums due or issued by you as part of the lease. If so, the down payment or the corresponding amount of the deposit will be refunded to the person who originally paid it (unless this is no longer possible, in which case the payment is made to you). 9.4 In order to avoid any doubt, any down payment to London Nest Ltd may be used for unpaid fees or debts for any other booking with us or another company that is a Group Company of London Nest Ltd for each academic year. 9.5 The down payment is not covered against the payment of rent or other amounts that are due to us under the lease.