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Almost all tenancy agreements are let on assured shorthold tenancy agreements. You can download precedent agreements.
I would start at the Residential Landlords Association. You can pay a small fee to download a precedent agreement and complete it yourselves:-
The department of Communities & Local Government has a guide to tenancy agreements which is probably essential reading for you both prior to entering into an agreement:-
If you are to provide a deposit under an AST then this must be placed in a Tenancy Deposit Scheme, information here:-
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The tenancy agreement will differ very little from the other online document providers and are not really 'weighted' in favour of one party or another, they are there to provide clarity to both parties rather than to catch one out.
There is a further guide drafted for tenants, but it varries very little from the guide I orginally referred you to:-
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