A tenancy agreement awarded by a private landlord in connection with assistance to asylum seekers or dependant asylum seekers under Part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 cannot be guaranteed.  These include housing provided as part of UKVI asylum assistance. However, this provision does not prevent asylum seekers from entering into secure leases when making their own arrangements. Ownership of tenants who are asylum seekers applies in the same way as other tenants.  Leases created after the expiry of a long residential lease are guaranteed by leases when the lease expires on January 15, 1999 (if the lease expires before January 15, 1999, the lease will be a regulated lease).  A surety is an amount that the tenant pays to the landlord to ensure that the tenant fulfills all obligations arising from the tenancy agreement. The lessor has the deposit for the duration of the tenancy agreement to ensure that the tenant is not late to the terms of the tenancy agreement or that he is damaging the property. If the tenant damages the property (without normal „wear“ or if the tenant has not paid rent, the tenant is allowed to recover the deposit. As a general rule, the tenant must make the deposit available to the landlord at the beginning of the tenancy agreement.
At the end of the life, the tenant recovers the security deposit reduced from any deductions for repairs/restorations. All leases that meet the terms of a guaranteed lease (see section on guaranteed leases) and are created on February 28, 1997 are automatically guaranteed in the form of short-term leases, unless they fall under one of the listed exceptions.  Although a six-month term is not necessary, a lessor cannot evacuate an insured short-term tenant within the first six months of the lease (unless there is a breach of the lease agreement and the landlord is looking for a reason of ownership that is available to all insured tenants – for more information, see the section „Insured Tenancy Contracts“). The following leases, established after February 27, 1997, will not be guaranteed short-term rents.  The law specifies when an ASA can and cannot be used. The section 21 procedure for terminating a lease can be used if a lessor does not need a particular reason to terminate it. Sometimes it was called or called an evacuation without problems. Section 21 is normally used when an AST reaches the end of its lifespan and the lessor does not wish to extend it. It is also used to end a periodic rent – see later. If you violate the term of the lease, you are responsible for correcting it. If you are the tenant, this may mean that you are paying money to solve any problems caused by you or your guests. If you do not pay voluntarily to correct the offence, you may be prosecuted for damages caused by the offence or likely to be evicted by the owner.
A secure short-term rental agreement is a rental agreement that gives you the legal right to reside in your home for a period of time. Your lease can apply for a fixed term such as six months (which is called a fixed-term lease). Or it rolls on a week-to-week or basic month (which is known as periodic rent). The only potential drawback of the insured tenant (AST) is the tenant`s right to initially return the rent to a rent assessment committee; which is now called the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber – Residential Property). However, it can only reduce the rent if it is „significantly higher“ than the rents of another comparable Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). In this unusual scenario, where the lessor was able to agree to a significantly higher rent than market comparisons of the same type of accommodation, the lessor may send, before or after the start of the lease, a notice under Section 21, in which it is found that it is not a secure shorthold rent (AST) that has not been the subject of a location application