Professional landlord or property owner? This pack of tenancy agreements will take away the difficulty of creating a tenancy agreement for an unfurnished property. This tenancy agreement pack has been endorsed by the NLA (National Landlords Association) and approved by Anthony Gold solicitors, leading experts in Landlord and Tenant Law...so you can be sure that it's legally binding and up to date. If you want to let an unfurnished house or flat situated in England or Wales, this legally-binding document is all you need to put it in writing. Each pack contains 2 ready-to-complete assured shorthold tenancy agreements for letting property located in England or Wales, plus a 16-page guidance booklet with a completed example and background information and advice on tenancy agreements. These Tenancy Agreements are used where the landlord does not live at the property.The tenancy agreement can be used for a single tenant who occupies the property on their own, or a group of tenants who jointly occupy the property and share responsibility.This tenancy agreement form sets out the obligations of the landlord and the tenant(s). Your tenancy agreement will cover all the important issues, including: Details of the rent amount and frequency of rent payments; deposit amount; tenant's obligation to keep the property and inventory items in good condition; tenant's obligation to pay service bills and council tax; tenant's obligation to not keep pets; landlord's obligation to keep the property in repair; landlord's obligation to insure the property; what happens at the end of the tenancy. Tenancy Agreement Legal Note: For property located in England, if the total amount of rent exceeds £100,000 per annum, an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement cannot be created and this Form Pack is not suitable. In Wales, the AST rent threshold is £25,000, rising to £100,000 from 1 December 2011. If you wish to create a tenancy agreement whose rent will exceed £100,000 per year, you can use Lawpack's Contractual Tenancy Agreement (Non-Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement).