How To Write A Tenancy Agreement In Ghana

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How To Write A Tenancy Agreement In Ghana

If you're looking to live or rent a property in Ghana, it is important to have a written tenancy agreement. This can be done by both the landlord and the tenant, but it's usually the tenant who does most of the work. Here are some tips for how to write a tenancy agreement (and what things to include) in Ghana.


What things to include

in your agreement

One of the most important things to include in a tenancy agreement is the name of both parties. It's also good to include your contact information, as well as the date and length of the agreement. You should also make sure there is a disclaimer for either party breaking the contract without penalty.

Another important thing to include is an address or location where the property can be found. The contract should state where you'll be able to find the property and how long it will take if someone needs to reach you from that address.

Some other things you might want to consider including are any special rules regarding pets, smoking, large amounts of people being allowed in at once, and what happens when one party decides they don't want to live there anymore.


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How to write a tenancy agreement

in Ghana

- Have the landlord, tenant, and any other person who will be involved in the agreement sign it.

- The tenancy agreement should include information about the property such as its location, who owns it, what is included in the rent and what is excluded from it, how long you can stay for, etc.

- For a rental agreement to be valid under Ghanaian law, it needs to be signed by both parties. If the tenant doesn't want to sign it themselves (for example if they're an international student who is only allowed to live in Ghana for a short period of time), then one of their parents or guardians should also sign it.

- In addition to this document, you may also want to include a clause that specifies mutually agreed upon repairs and replacements from damage done before moving into the property or during your tenancy period.


Things not to include in your tenancy agreement.

-The details of the property, such as how many bedrooms it has

-How long you can stay for

-What type of utilities you will have access to in the property

-What type of rent you will be charged

If you don't provide these details, the landlord is not legally obligated to provide them.