Housemates/Flatmates agreement

Use this agreement if you share, or plan to share, a house or flat with another person or a group of people (up to a maximum of 4 other people). The agreement will set out the financial (e.g. responsibility for bills) and other obligations that each of you will have to each other while living together in the property.

Note that this agreement is not suitable in any of the following situations:

  • You want an agreement to protect your financial interests while living together as a couple (use a cohabitation agreement instead).
  • One of the occupants is the landlord of the property.
  • Each tenant has a separate tenancy agreement with the landlord.
  • The property is not rented.

Landlord and Tenant law is complicated and contains many requirements which, if not followed to the letter, could invalidate the document you are seeking to serve and prejudice your ability to recover possession. We therefore recommend that you seek legal advice if there is anything with which you are unclear. This advice can be obtained from Slater & Gordon Solicitors, who will be happy to provide you with a quote for their costs before any work is undertaken. Visit https://www.slatergordon.co.uk/property or call us on 033 0107 5058.

£34.95
  • The ability to draft your document using our simple questionnaire based process
  • No long winded forms to fill in; the document is created in front of you
  • Helpful legal information and guidance notes take you through the drafting process
  • You manage the development, completion and storage of your document

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