The only potential drawback of the insured tenant (AST) is the tenant`s right to initially return the rent to a rent assessment committee; which is now called the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber – Residential Property). However, it can only reduce the rent if it is “significantly higher” than the rents of another comparable Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). In this unusual scenario, where the lessor was able to agree to a significantly higher rent than market comparisons of the same type of accommodation, the lessor may send, before or after the start of the lease, a notice under Section 21, in which it is found that it is not a secure shorthold rent (AST) that has not been the subject of a rental application.  In other respects, STAs, with the exception of seniority security, follow, as a subset of guaranteed leases, the requirements for defining guaranteed leases, for example. B maximum and minimum rent levels, in order to exclude the most unusual extremes.  If you have a tenant who lives in your home and shares rooms with them, such as a kitchen or bathroom, you can have one. This generally gives your tenant less protection from eviction than other types of agreements. A fixed-term lease is in progress for a fixed period, for example. B, six months or twelve months, with a clearly identifiable start and end date.
 If a lease does not have a fixed term, it is a periodic lease. A fixed term of at least six months was a precondition for the creation of a short-term rental report established before February 27, 1997. Consumer protection law may also offer reparations to insured tenants of private landlords – such as the right to damages or a discount – if they have signed their lease under a “prohibited practice” used by a landlord, such as misleading information.B. The guaranteed short-term rent was introduced by the Housing Act of 1988. It brought together the two objectives of those who wanted to deregulate the private rental sector, since these are market rentals with limited rent control and an automatic right of ownership for the landlord. In certain circumstances, it is possible that a tenant in and out of the status guaranteed by the return to the property after the termination of occupation as their only house or main house, but if the lessor has notice to the tenant must be filled at the time of the expiry of the termination.  The most common form of rental is an AST. Most new leases are automatically this type. Safe short-term rents can be either temporary or periodic.
It is important to know whether a lease is temporary or periodic to determine how the lease can be terminated by the landlord or tenant. The other requirements for secured short-term rents apply: if the lease was established between January 15, 1989 and February 27, 1997 or after February 27, 1997, see the lease sections, which were created 15/1/89 to 27/2/97, and the leases created after 27.2.97. However, there are certain circumstances in which the new lease cannot be a guaranteed short rent and must be a secure rent (see where the rent cannot be an AST to get more information).  The lease agreement must meet the basic conditions of a guaranteed lease (without the security of the rental effects) and all the following conditions: there are different rules for terminating a lease, depending on whether it is a fixed or periodic term. This is explained in detail on the end page of a secure short-term rent.  Nicolls/Kinsey  16 Estates Gazette 145, which constitutes a fixed term: a lease awarded “for one year and then one year on another” was not a fixed term.