Breakfast meeting 20 February 2018 Renting Homes (Wales)

Breakfast meeting 20 February 2018 Renting Homes (Wales)

Breakfast meeting 20 February 2018 Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 Benefits Change control Easy process No templates Features such as keep together means header and paragraphs are kept together without having to deal with any formatting No mail merge Branded output Bespoke contracts Different terms for different blocks Benefits Multi channel delivery Print SMS/ email notification Secure vault (.pdf) GDPR compliant, digital signature, paperless solution, Allows recipient to upload any applicable content Live-chat, forms completion, etc. Approval, work flow, audit trail Preview and sign-off Archive All contracts available as .pdf for ECM solutions Process Initial set-up Branding, colours, logo, etc Update contract content excel worksheet as required Upload excel worksheet to secure web server Excel worksheet used to prime secure web service for Creation of new contracts Create list of recipients Applicable information

Delivery channel Process Create new instance of contract Amend appropriate clauses Upload .csv of recipients Create and review Send though applicable channel Renting Homes - secure contract Between: Between: (landlord) (landlord) and: and: (contract-holder(s), (contract-holder(s), referred referred to to in in this this contract contract as as you) you) Relating Relating to: to: (the (the premises) premises) The The initial initial rent rent is is per per week/month/ week/month/ (delete (delete as as applicable)

applicable) The The first first payment payment is is to to be be made made on on and and further further payments payments are are to to be be made made You You can can contact contact the the landlord landlord by by post: post: by by telephone: telephone: by by fax: fax: by by email: email: The The effective effective date date (when (when you you can can begin begin occupying occupying the the premises) premises) is is Please Please sign sign below below as as evidence evidence of of your your agreement agreement to

to this this contract contract Contract-holder(s) Contract-holder(s) Date Date Landlord Landlord Date Date Draft Draft version version 27.02.2006 27.02.2006 Renting Homes - secure contract 1. 1. You You must must pay pay the the rent rent in in full full and and on on the the dates dates agreed. agreed. 2. 2. If If the the landlord landlord is is liable liable to to pay pay you you compensation compensation under under section section 34 34 of

of the the Rented Rented Homes Homes Act Act 2006, 2006, you you may may set set off off that that liability liability against against rent. rent. Explanatory note: note: You You need need not not pay pay a a days days rent rent for for each each day day the the landlord landlord Explanatory does does not not provide provide you you with with a a written written statement statement of of your your occupation occupation contract, contract, or or of of a a variation variation to to it. it. The The guidance guidance booklet booklet provided provided with with this this contract contract explains explains this this further. further.

3. 3. The The landlord landlord may may vary vary the the rent rent payable payable by by giving giving you you a a notice notice proposing proposing a a new new rent rent to to take take effect effect on on the the date date specified specified in in the the notice. notice. 4. 4. The The period period between between the the day day on on which which the the notice notice is is given given to to you you and and the the specified specified date date may may not not be be less less than than two

two months. months. 5. 5. Subject Subject to to that that (a) (a) the the first first notice notice may may specify specify any any date, date, and and (b) (b) subsequent subsequent notices notices must must specify specify a a date date which which is is not not less less than than one year after the last date on which a one year after the last date on which a new new rent rent took took effect. effect. 6. 6. You You must must pay pay the the council council tax. tax. 7.

7. You You must must pay pay for for all all gas, gas, electricity, electricity, water, water, sewage, sewage, telephone telephone and and other services supplied to the premises. 8. 8. You You must must arrange arrange to to be be billed billed for for the the taxes taxes and and services services mentioned mentioned in in terms terms 6 6 and and 7, 7, and and you you must must pay pay the the amounts amounts in in full full and and on on time. time. 9. 9. The The landlord landlord may may not not require require security

security to to be be given given in in any any form form other other than than (a) money, or (a) money, or (b) (b) a a guarantee. guarantee. 10. If you 10. If you pay pay a a deposit deposit (or (or another another person person pays pays a a deposit deposit on on your your behalf), behalf), the the deposit deposit must must be be dealt dealt with with in in accordance accordance with with an an authorised authorised deposit deposit scheme. scheme. A A fundamental fundamental term term which which cannot cannot be be left left out out of

of the the contract contract or or changed changed A A fundamental fundamental term term which which can can be be left left out out of of this this contract contract or or changed, changed, but but only only if if that that gives gives you you greater greater protection protection than than you you are are entitled entitled to to under under the the Rented Rented Homes Homes Act Act 2006 2006 A supplementary term which can be left out of this contract or changed A supplementary term which can be left out of this contract or changed 1 1

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