A licence for sharers?Make Text Bigger
I rent a house to sharers. The tenants’ rent is all inclusive. It is an unlicensed HMO.
Historical each individual tenant has had an ast signed and deposit held, and in some cases, “protected”.
I am careful when selecting new housemates and (so far) have had no trouble. I have always returned deposits quickly.
Can I amend the ast to call it a license agreement and therefore not have to protect their deposits?
Thanks for your advice.
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