Free Company Let Tenancy Agreement Template UK

Company Let Agreement

The information presented on this site should not be construed as legal or any other professional advice or service. You should consult with a professional adviser familiar with your particular factual situation for advice concerning specific legal or other matters before making any decision. While the majority of company lets relate to properties in London and the south-east of England, the market is strong in other parts of the UK. This is why Property Division is offering buy-to-let investors the opportunity to widen your search for tenants by giving you a free Company Let Agreement.

Simply download the document, print off two copies, sign one and pass it on to the company you are making the agreement with, then get a company representative to sign the other and hand that agreement to you. All content on this form and other forms for landlords published by Property Division are provided “as is”, with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy or timeliness, and without representations, warranties or other contractual terms of any kind, express or implied. Property Division does not represent or warrant that this letter or other material supplied by Property Division will be accurate, current, uninterrupted, error-free or omission-free.

If you like a custom, completely personalised commercial lease agreement, use the link below. It takes about 5 min to create and you will end up with an agreement, tailored to your specific company.

Download CUSTOM Commercial Lease Agreement Template

Alternatively, if you just want to download a generic template, use the link below.

Download GENERIC Company Let Tenancy Agreement Template

All content on this form and other forms for landlords published by Property Division are provided “as is”, with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy or timeliness, and without representations, warranties or other contractual terms of any kind, express or implied. Property Division does not represent or warrant that this letter or other material supplied by Property Division will be accurate, current, uninterrupted, error-free or omission-free.

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The information presented on this site should not be construed as legal or any other professional advice or service. You should consult with a professional adviser familiar with your particular factual situation for advice concerning specific legal or other matters before making any decision.

  • Landlords receive a high level of assurance that rent and other outgoings will be paid on time
  • The landlord’s point of contact is usually the company’s human resources department, not the tenant, which can reduce a buy-to-let investor’s administration costs
  • Negotiations are often more professional, resulting in a smoother completion of the letting transaction
  • Companies are more likely to pay higher rents for quality properties
  • Company lets are often agreed for longer periods than ASTs, reducing the risk of void periods
  • Company lets to employees from overseas can provide maximum exposure of the property within the expatriate community and can reduce the risk of vacant periods

However, it is worth bearing in mind that because the law does not consider companies to be individuals, company lets deny landlords many of the rights they are granted under the Housing Act, including the option of using Section 8 and Section 21 Notices to Quit.