Can you remind me please of the wording of the renewal clause? That will determine whether you are entitled to a reduction to take of account of the fact that the tenancy will end some considerable time before December this year.
There are two clauses relating to renewal but I will not quote clause 2.3 Renewal Service because the District J last year stated this did not apply - there had been no service. CCJ last cicvc
So Cl 3.3 - Renewal fees
If the existing Tenant extends or renews the Tenancy after the first year, whether or not negotiated by Christopher Stokes, our renewal fee is the same as percentage charged of the total gross rent reserved under the initial letting payable under the terms of the extension or renewal Agreement, will become payable at the commencement of of the extenson or renewal. Commission will be charged in respect of renewals or new agreements where the original Tenant remains in occupation or where teh Tenant is any person, company or organisation associated or connected directly or indirectly with the original Landlord, then commison shall be likewise be payable. atostdnd
The commissionis payable for any Tenant introduced by Christopher Stokes whether or not the Tenancy is finalised by Christopher Stokes and the commission fee is charged as a percentage of the market rental value of the term granted by the Tenancy.
That's it. I haven't renewed the tenants contract this year and she continues on a periodic tenancy, rent is still £1100rd
per month. Thanks
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