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This is a licence for an employee to occupy property owned by their employer on the basis that it is necessary for the employee to live in the property for the better performance of their duties. If this basis cannot be established then the employee will have a tenancy agreement and not a licence.
If an employer has a lease for the property (usually associated with ownership of flats) or is renting the property from a third party, then it should check if it needs permission from the landlord before granting this licence.
If the employee will have others living with them in the property (such as their family) then employers in England should check whether those individuals have a legal right to live (known as 'the right to rent') in the UK, before allowing them to live in the property.
This document is suitable for use in England, Wales and Northern Ireland only.
When your business engages the services of a consultant, this document can be used to draw up the terms of the consultancy. While it includes clauses covering remuneration, obligations and notice, it does not constitute a contract of employment. However, failure of either party to honour the terms of the agreement could lead to claims of breach of contract or negligence. The agreement also deals with the issue of intellectual property.
This document is suitable for businesses engaging with consultants who work in the UK only. It is not suitable for those working in public sector services, the health and care industry or if they may have contact with children or vulnerable adults.