I'm renewing my tenancy for another year in the same flat, no change to rent/occupants/anything else, and the landlord's agent has sent the usual renewal agreement for us to sign and return to them.
They've asked us to sign it and post it back to them, but they've put PLEASE DO NOT DATE in big bold letters, despite there being a place on the form where you're supposed to put the date next to your signature
I doubt there is anything dodgy going on, but why do they not want us to put the date?
Thank you all - landlord hasn't signed it yet so that makes sense, and it is from Sept so that's also a possible. Didn't think anything odd was going on, just found it a bit strange that 'DO NO DATE' was right next to the space on the form saying 'sign & date'.
I think it's a bit strange too. I am a Landlord and don't use an agent so we have just let our 6 month tenancy agreement run on to a periodic one. We have to give 2 months notice, tenant one month. I wonder if it is in the agent's interest to do a new agreement to be able to charge again?