Does a landlord have to provide a tenancy agreement?

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Whilst a landlord does not have to provide a tenancy agreement, it is recommended that they do as the terms of an assured shorthold tenancy will be assumed in the absence of a formal tenancy agreement. Using a tenancy agreement provides more transparency to the tenant and protects both sides by making their respective rights and obligations clear from the start.

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