The guaranteed short-term lease was introduced by the Housing Act 1988. It brought together the two objectives of those who wanted the deregulation of the private rental sector, market rents with limited rent control and an automatic right of ownership for the lessor. 8. A rental agreement guaranteed by. The lessor may serve the tenant by pre-announcing that the lease must not be a secured short-term lease Termination may take effect at some point in the future, for example 12 months after the start of a secured short-term rental relationship. 19A. Insured short-leases: rentals under the Housing Act 1996. 4. Certain sublets so as not to exclude part of the subtenant`s premises from secure tenancy. Termination must be in writing, but there is no prescribed form. A rental book with the words “secured lease” on the cover does not constitute termination.  For more information on rent guarantee schemes, please see the deposit pages. Leases resulting from the expiry of a long lease are guaranteed when the lease expires on or after 15 January 1999 (if the lease expires before 15 January 1999, the lease is a regulated lease).
 You must reimburse the rent to the tenant if you terminated a tenancy agreement in accordance with section 21 before the end of the tenancy period and the tenant paid the rent in advance for that period. The updated legislation has changed the process that an owner must follow to repossess immovable property in accordance with section 21 of the Housing Act 1988. 11.(1) A lease agreement in which the interests of the owner. From 6 April 2007, the surety must be protected under a State-authorized rent guarantee system when a tenant pays a deposit in respect of a guaranteed short-term rental contract or extends an insured short-term rental contract on which he has previously paid a deposit.  If the surety is not protected, the lessor may be obliged to pay a penalty and the termination procedure provided for in Article 21 is not available to him (for more details, see the pages to terminate a short-term lease agreement). Although there is no six-month commitment, a landlord cannot market an affiliated tenant within the first six months of the lease (except in the event of a breach of the rental agreement and the lessor requests the property for one of the reasons available against all insured tenants – see section On secure rentals for more information). Secure short-term leases can be temporary or periodic. . . .