Free Deed of Assignment Tenancy Agreement Sample Form and Template

After the outgoing tenant finds a replacement, landlords do not need to increase their administration costs by drafting a new tenancy agreement.

Instead, all parties can complete a deed of assignment. This legal document needs to be signed by the new tenant, the departing tenant, the remaining tenant(s) and the landlord because it confirms:

  • The outgoing tenant is leaving and is being released from the contract
  • The incoming tenant is moving in and wishes to be bound by the terms of the contract
  • The remaining tenants and you, the landlord, agree to this arrangement

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

Download CUSTOM Assignment Agreement

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

Download GENERIC Deed of Assignment of Tenancy Agreement

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Over the next few weeks we will be publishing additional documents that cover:

  • Deed of Assignment of Tenancy
  • Shorthold Tenancy Agreement Form
  • Company Let Agreement Document
  • Holiday Letting Agreement Form
  • Tenant Inventory Form
  • Letter to Utility Supplier

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