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Statement of tenancy terms and inventory of furnishings (Northern Ireland)

When letting property to tenants in Northern Ireland after 1 April 2007, it is necessary to provide each tenant with a statement of the tenancy terms compliant with The Tenancy Terms Regulations (NI) 2007. This document will produce a statement of tenancy terms for you to provide to your tenants and an inventory of furnishings as required by the Private Tenancies (NI) Order 2006. You must provide both of these documents to the tenant within 28 days of their tenancy starting. Please note that this document is only for use in Northern Ireland.

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    When letting property to tenants in Northern Ireland after 1 April 2007, it is necessary to provide each tenant with a statement of the tenancy terms compliant with The Tenancy Terms Regulations (NI) 2007. This document will produce a statement of tenancy terms for you to provide to your tenants and an inventory of furnishings as required by the Private Tenancies (NI) Order 2006. You must provide both of these documents to the tenant within 28 days of their tenancy starting. Please note that this document is only for use in Northern Ireland.

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