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Provided you can produce certified copies of the tenancy agreement signed by both you and the landlord then this should be sufficient for your purposes. I would advise you to couple this with a letter from the landlord confirming that you are to take a tenancy and occupy at the start of the fixed term. You should also download land registry official copies of the register of title for the property to show that the landlord owns the freehold.
The UKBA would not be well advised to refuse on this ground alone, since you will have strong grounds to argue on appeal.
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