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think i have made a mistake.

 

I am a newish landlord and my tenants have just completed their first 6 months in my first property and i have renewed the Assured shorthold tenancy contract with them for a further 12 months but I think I have done it wrong

 

I was advised by a friend that instead of writing out a whole new contract I should just get them to sign a supplemenmt agreement where I just change the tiem from 6 months to 12 months, the tenants and i have signed but i have since spoken to someone else and be told that because all the terms of the original haven't been changed i.e they can give me notice after 4 months does this mean that potentially they can give notice after 4 months as stipulated in their 6 month contract because I haven't changed the wording

 

can some one clarify please

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sorry posted on wrong one

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that's ok

 

do i need to be clearer with what I have written?

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Can anyone on here help me?

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I think this is one for a solicitor if you have one, or a trip to the CAB (they tend to deal more with tenants queries, but they should be able to let you know if you've got it right or wrong. And what you need to do now...)


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Say you have an agreement for a tenancy for a term of 12 months dated 7th May 2008 and it sets out the terms in detail and includes a right to break at the end of the sixth month. If on 7th May 2009 you enter into a new ageement which is a short document that says a new fixed term is agreed and the other terms are the same as the agreement dated 7th May 2008, then the right to break will be carried forward.

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