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A healthcare company intends to rent a residential property for permitted officers or employees to occupy, on a weekly rota basis. However, an individual who is neither an officer nor an employee of the company (but is a person who will be cared for by the officers or employees) will live at the property, together with the officers or employees who are ‘on duty’. What will be the status of the individual occupier and the employees or officers if the (non-AST) tenancy agreement is terminated?

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Produced in partnership with David Peachey
Published on LexisPSL on 26/05/2020

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  • A healthcare company intends to rent a residential property for permitted officers or employees to occupy, on a weekly rota basis. However, an individual who is neither an officer nor an employee of the company (but is a person who will be cared for by the officers or employees) will live at the property, together with the officers or employees who are ‘on duty’. What will be the status of the individual occupier and the employees or officers if the (non-AST) tenancy agreement is terminated?

A healthcare company intends to rent a residential property for permitted officers or employees to occupy, on a weekly rota basis. However, an individual who is neither an officer nor an employee of the company (but is a person who will be cared for by the officers or employees) will live at the property, together with the officers or employees who are ‘on duty’. What will be the status of the individual occupier and the employees or officers if the (non-AST) tenancy agreement is terminated?

We assume that the healthcare company (the Company) will rent residential property from a landlord (the Landlord) and will then allow the person cared for (the Service User) into occupation. During that time, officers and employees (Staff) of the Company will care for the Service User. We assume that Staff will only stay in the property when they are working, and although they may sleep or be on-call at the property, none of the time that Staff are at the property

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