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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 where you want an agreement to protect your financial interests while living together as a couple (where a cohabitation agreement should be used instead), or where one of the housemates/flatmates is the landlord of the property, or where the property is not rented.

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    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 where you want an agreement to protect your financial interests while living together as a couple (where a cohabitation agreement should be used instead), or where one of the housemates/flatmates is the landlord of the property, or where the property is not rented.

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