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Last edited 29 Dec 2022
Assured private tenancy
Housing statistics and English Housing Survey, glossary, published by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities in 2019, defines assured private tenancy as a: ‘…type of tenancy is where the tenant has the right to remain in the property unless the landlord can prove they have grounds for possession. The landlord does not have an automatic right to repossess the property when the tenancy comes to an end.’
And assured shorthold private tenancy as a: '...type of tenancy is where the landlord can regain possession of the property 6 months after the beginning of the tenancy, as long as they provide the tenant with 2 months’ notice.'
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