Landlords Alliance – Emergency Euro Elections Statement21:09 PM, 21st May 2019
About 6 days ago 77
My property Ltd co manages a house as a managing agent for the landlord owner. The first 12 month AST is coming to an end next month and with the landlord’s agreement and the tenants’ agreement, I will be renewing the AST for another 12 months, by reissuing the AST with new dates, and nothing else will change.
I have checked with “mydeposits” and they say I don’t have to do anything about the custodial deposit they hold as the AST is being renewed at the same rent, etc. All good.
Do I need to reissue the Prescribed Information again if nothing will change in the new AST?
MyDeposits say the PI doesn’t have to be reissued if nothing has changed for just a new AST being signed. However this isn’t what I have read in other articles here on this website.
All the usual things like gas safety certificate, etc are all in place. The EPC I’ve read is valid for 10 years (done last Oct) so a new one isn’t required.
There’s not so much information about renewing AST’s as these mostly seem to rollover into a periodic tenancy once the initial AST period is up.
Is there anything else I need to do to make sure it’s all legal as per the original AST in order to reissue the new AST?
Some advice on this would be appreciated.
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