13 Apr Tv Licence Tenancy Agreement
If you contact the TV license, no positive results can be obtained. The best thing that can happen is that they stop sending you letters for two years. However, they will continue to try to visit them, because they obviously think everyone is lying to them. The worst thing that can happen is that you let them in if they hit anyway, and they prove themselves and try to accuse you of licence evasion. As crazy as it may seem, those who employ “enforcement agents” (sellers) who are poorly paid but based on the commission, this would certainly not be the first time. Have you ever wondered who is responsible for the television license for your rented item? Good for me, it reads as if you are responsible for paying the TV license, even if the TV is part of the equipment it provided, not that you have to pay for it, even if you don`t need it. Transmission devices – what you watch on TV. If each tenant has their own lease agreement, as would be the case for a multi-occupancy home (HMO), the landlord should acquire a separate licence for each tenant. The collection of fees for the TV Tenants licence, which are shared under a rental agreement, only need a license. Tenants who rent a room in an apartment building need their own license if they wish to use their own plate in their room. There is no exception if the rental agreement clearly states that the TV licence is the responsibility of the tenant. Owners who may have left a TV in their property can move around them, i.e.
pay the fee on the tenant, like. B for example a slightly higher rent or perhaps as a service fee on the basis of the payment fee of the TV license. What is certain is that he did not include it to “legally force you to obtain a license.” This is only a standard model clause as a his-ass coverage statement to avoid any misunderstanding if some tenants claim they would cover it in the rent. In other words, “I thought the TV license was included in the rent. No one told me anything else! The law states that if the owner does not provide a television, then the responsibility for the purchase of a licence rests with the tenant. One way to circumvent the financial liability of the tv license would be to pay for the owner who provides a television for the license, but then pass the fee on to the tenant. They could do so in the form of higher rent or separate service charges, as well as any administrative costs associated with paying the TV licence. TV Licence and Tenant Therefore, the Property Hawk rental agreement would not guarantee that a landlord who provides a TV to his or her tenant would not be responsible for paying the TV licence. The tenant always has a responsibility that I just made and I have the similar answer to /u/jpknz. I asked here because it was 10pm and I thought I could have an idea to talk to the real estate agency (they prepared the agreement on behalf of the owner). They replied, this is only the standard formulation (sic!) to ensure that the tv license is not paid by the owner.
If you own a property with a number of tenants who have a common lease, only a TV license is considered necessary. If each tenant has his own rental contract, z.B. in an HMO (House-in-Multi occupation), then you are expected to have a separate license for each tenant.