You need to know – What is a tenancy at sufferance?

YouNeedToKnowWeb500A tenancy at sufferance is a nonfreehold estate where the tenant has possession of the property with no agreement with the landlord

A common example of a tenancy at sufferance is where a tenant remains in possession of the property after a lease has expired

A tenancy at sufferance can be terminated by either by the landlord or tenant without notice in which case the tenant would owe the landlord the fair market rent for the period of occupancy