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Hi,

 

My current tenancy agreement ran out on 12th April but I hadn't been asked to sign a new one by the Letting Agent. Today I have received an email from them saying I need to renew and asking for £175 renewal fee.

I am aware that in 2 weeks time Tenancy Fees will be banned, so I'm a bit reluctant to pay it.  Can I hold off on responding to the email? For all they know, I could be away on holiday?

 

Any advise would be appreciated.

 

 

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so you are now in a periodic tenancy and that i basically a rolling contract.

The landlord wont see the money the agency is asking for and as long as you pay their rent on time they wont get involved so just make sure your rent is paid on time and all is tickety boo

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