Letting agent agreement
Comprehensive agreement to regulate the terms between an estate agent and property owner / landlord for the rental of a property
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About this document
Use this agreement as “standard terms” and present them to a property vendor as “the contract” between you and him as to how you will rent or let out the property.
It is suitable for an estate agent, a property owner or landlord who wants to gain the upper hand by presenting the terms first. As drawn, the document provides for the introduction of the prospective client by the agent, and the rental to the client. The agent is not responsible for making preliminary checks on the tenant, nor for dealing with ongoing management such as making repairs, nor for rent collection.
We also stock a terms and conditions agreement for property sales. Links are right of this page.
- Relationship of parties
- Obligations of the estate agent
- Landlord’s / client’s duties
- Commission and expenses
- Duration and termination
- Effects of termination
- Limitation of liability
- Data protection
- Other usual legal paragraphs to protect your interests
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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