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Even if you do not have a written tenancy agreement or you have lost your tenancy agreement, this does not mean that there is no agreement in place.

A verbal agreement between a tenant and a landlord carries significant legal weight, even in the absence of a formal written contract. These agreements can cover crucial aspects such as rent amounts, payment schedules, utility inclusions, and potential restrictions on cohabitation.

Even without a formal written agreement, tenants are not left without legal protection. The law recognises and upholds the rights of individuals living in a property, offering safeguards through acts like the Protection From Eviction Act 1971.


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