14:10 PM, 21st September 2022, About 2 weeks ago 9
Hello, The government states that landlord must ensure that smoke and CO2 alarms are tested and are in working order at the start of a new tenancy.
It states that a renewed of previous tenancy does not count as a new tenancy.
I normally renew with my tenants a new fixed term tenancy agreement when the existing one comes to the end. This involved a new agreement signed.
In this case, does the renewed fixed term count as a new tenancy and that the alarms need to be tested when the new fixed term starts?
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