Paul my name is ***** ***** I will help you with thos.
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No, this is not correct.
You should be entitled to read the contract before you sign it and you certainly should be given a copy of the contract once it has been signed by you and the Landlord.
You are entitled to look at the contract before signing
they said i can only look at the contract before signing in there office only and i cannot take a copy away unless signed
Well what if you wanted to take legal advice? You are entitled to do that
They can't stop you have a copy before you sign it
You have a right to see it and consult on its contents.
It could have a term which is unfaor
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So i have the right to take a copy away to show my own solicitor? or can they only allow my solicitor to come to the office with me
Yes you do. They can't allow you to only view it with your Solicitor at the office.
They must allow you to take a copy to read and take advice on
Does that help?
Even if they say it is there policy?
Any contract you are entitled to examine and seek independent legal advice
ok many thanks
Can I clarify anything else ?
no that is all thanks
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