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ats is currently let on Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement at PS500 per calendar month (PS6000 per annum).
If you were to grant a 12 month assured shorthold tenancy the tenant would be entitled to 'hold over' beyond the 12 month period in the event of both parties being happy for the tenant to remain.
A private, gated courtyard leads to a one-bedroom cottage, at present let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, with the addition of The Bothy, renovated to create a guest annex with the potential to accommodate holiday lets, a home office or professional studio.
These will explain the tenancy's new status as an Assured Shorthold Tenancy, and when it will take effect.
However, this isn't a sector for buy-to-let because that means an assured shorthold tenancy, usually lasting six months or a year.
There are different types of tenancies such as assured shorthold, assured and regulated or protected - but most landlords favour an assured shorthold tenancy because it entitles them to take back the property after six months.
But Fool property expert Donna Werbner warned: "They actually offer an Assured Shorthold tenancy which lasts for only six to twelve months.
The Trust says it uses the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' form of assured shorthold tenancy, with an initial six months on most of its residential lettings.