Most housing contracts are Insured Shorthold Tenancy (AST), which means that the tenant has the right to stay six months in the property before the landlord can ask them to leave it. This agreement is used throughout Britain and is the standard agreement, unless no further negotiations are negotiated between the tenant and the landlord. It provides that the landlord or tenant can grant a leave after six months with a period of two months. This is called the “termination clause”. The terms of the contract may be of arbitrary duration, but if more than three years, it must be established by deed. At the end of the term, the contract may be renewed, although the lessor has the right to take back his property. A lease does not end with the death of an owner. If there is evidence (oral or otherwise) that a provision of an agreement should never be effective, the evidence may terminate the written agreement in order to determine whether the agreement is a lease agreement or a license. . .