A Tenancy Agreement in writing made between You and the Tenant which is an
assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement within the meaning of the Housing Acts 1988
and 1996 or a Short Assured Tenancy or an Assured Tenancy as defined in the
Housing (Scotland) Act 1988 or a Tenancy Agreement in which the Tenant is a
limited company. In Northern Ireland the Agreement between You and the Tenant
to let the Property must not be a Protected Tenancy or a Statutory Tenancy
within the meaning of the Rent (NI) Order 1978 nor a Protected Shorthold
Tenancy within the meaning of Housing (NI) Order 1983 or a Tenancy Agreement in
which the Tenant is a limited company or a Tenancy Agreement or Lease of a
commercial premises or Any other residential tenancy.
1. A credit check against the Tenant and any Guarantor obtained from a licenced credit
referencing company showing:
a) no County Court Judgements in the past three years
b) no outstanding County Court Judgements
c) the Tenant's or Guarantor's financial ability to meet the Rent commitment
d) that it is reasonable in the circumstances following receipt of the outcome of the
credit check to grant a Tenancy Agreement to the Tenant.
2. Copies of two forms of identification, one of which must contain a photograph.