Tenancy at Will

Tenancy at Will definition

/ˈtɛnənsi/ /at,ət/ /wɪl/

What does Tenancy at Will mean?

A tenancy which arises when, with the consent of the landlord, a person occupies for an indefinite period on the basis that either party may end the arrangement on demand.

Tenancy at Will explained

LTA 1954, Pt II does not apply to a tenancy at will. However, regardless of its label, a lease and not a tenancy at will may be created if the agreement contains terms inconsistent with a tenancy at will (eg fixed term, notice period for termination, alienation provisions, forfeiture clause, etc). They are often used in short term arrangements (eg for early access prior to completion of a lease).

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