How to use your Residential Letting Contract
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Digital Letting Agreement drafted by a qualified solicitor
Use across devices - PC, smart phone and tablet
E-signing for increased security
Free of charge - Courtesy of daft.ie
Here's how it works
Edit your Letting Agreement on your computer, mobile or tablet. The agreement is drafted by a qualified solicitor specialised in landlord and tenancy issues, and is legally binding once signed.
Share your letting agreement with your tenant whenever you want. Once the agreement is shared you will both be able to edit it until you are happy with the terms.
Sign the agreement with digital e-signing for increased security. You'll get a copy of the agreement sent to your email straight away. The original will be stored online - so that you always know where to find it.
A Smart Residential Letting Agreement
Are you wondering why daft.ie has partnered up with us at Swiftcourt to offer you a digital residential letting agreement? It's simply because it's a lot easier and safer for you! Our dedicated team will help you through the process of filling out and signing the agreement, and in any event something goes wrong during the tenancy.
NB! You can of course print the letting agreement once it has been signed by both parties.
Our residential letting agreement is drafted by a qualified solicitor specialising in leasehold law, and is legally binding once signed by both parties.
Our digital signatures are legally binding and more secure than a traditional signature without witnesses.
Secure Cloud Storage
Swiftcourt stores your letting agreement and ensures that it is not altered after it has been signed. It's always available across devices.
Safe and Secure
Create, edit and sign your letting agreement wherever you are, whenever you want. Sign it at home, or together with your counterparty.
Attach any additional pictures or documentation straight to the agreement. All attachments will receive a time stamp.
Smooth and easy
Use our live chat to get help filling out the contract.
Swiftcourt's mediation is here to help you if you and your counterparty do not agree on any issues regarding the tenancy.
Residential Tenancies Board
Should you not be able to come to an agreement we will give you instructions on how to make a complaint to the Residential Tenancies Board.