Agreement to exclude security of tenure: set of forms

These forms allow you to remove by mutual agreement the tenant's right to security of tenure. They follow the process required for compliance with Regulatory Reform Regulations 2003.
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Excluding security of tenure used to be a laborious task, achieved by joint court application. A procedure brought in during 2004 is much simpler to follow.

The landlord must serve a notice on the tenant at least 14 days before the proposed tenancy is entered into or before there is a binding lease agreement.

All the tenant need to do is making a simple declaration to say he has received and read the warning notice from the landlord and has accepted the consequences of entering into a lease agreement which includes a provision to remove his right to security of tenure.

This simple form does not need to be sworn before a solicitor nor does it need to be witnessed.

This pack contains all you need in order to set up a lease that excludes security of tenure under the 2004 regulations. It can either be used as is, or can be used in conjunction with our Forms to surrender a tenancy.


  • Prescribed form of notice to be served as the “14 day health warning” for a new lease
  • Prescribed form of declaration for a new lease
  • Statutory declaration - if less than 14 days notice is given
  • Paragraph to be inserted in lease (already contained in all Net Lawman leases)

This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.

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