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Can I withdraw my Application for Tenancy for a flat or is

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Can I withdraw my Application for Tenancy for a flat or is it binding?
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Thank you for your question and welcome to Just Answer. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will try to help with this.

In order to give you an answer tailored to your circumstances, I will just need to ask you some preliminary questions so that I can consider your position from all angles.

What type of contract is it?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

i dont think it can be called a contract.


it is an Application for Tenancy i signed to the estate agent for renting a flat.


The landlord will reply tomorrow whether they accept my offer. Problem is I changed my mind and want to withdraw my offer.



Hello, I am Law Denning and I am a practising solicitor in a High
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Unless I have all the facts that I need, my answer
would not be accurate.

Why haven't you already withdrawn the offer if the landlord hasn't accepted it? In not do it now/ An offer expires in any event provided it is withdrawn before accepted.

However it is unlikely that even if he accepted it, that he could hold you to it until you signed the tenancy agreement itself.

 

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Stuart J, Solicitor
Category: UK Property Law
Satisfied Customers: 22442
Experience: PGD Law. 20 years legal profession, 6 as partner in High Street practice
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