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Default Fees - A default fee is a payment that a tenant is required to make under a term of the tenancy agreement if they fail to perform an obligation or discharge a liability under or in connection with their tenancy, the default fee provisions below sets out a tenant's liability to pay a charge in a specified circumstance. The landlord or agent must demonstrate that the fee is reaonsable by providing suitable written evidence to the person who is liable for the payments(i.e. Invoices, receipts), the default fee is payable by the tenants within 14 days after the initial cost occurred.
Call-out charges (User error) - The reasonable cost of attendance of a contractor. Call-out charges (User error) - Out of office hours - The reasonable cost of attendance of a contractor. (Prices vary depending on the hours)
Novation Agreement: Should the tenant need to withdraw from Tenancy Agreement earlier than the tenancy agreement end date, then the following charge will apply: Change of sharer: £50, per tenant Advertising a Room to Rent (does not include Novation charge): 50% of one month's rent, minimum £250 Holding deposit = 1 week's rent Deposit = 5 weeks' rent
The Council Tax cost displayed is based on the council tax band and on the basis of 2 adults living at the property. The monthly cost shown excludes any discounts and is rounded to the nearest pound.
Full information on Council Tax discount entitlements can be found on the Gov.UK's website.