This Student Tenancy Agreement has been thoughtfully crafted to outline the terms and conditions governing the tenancy of the property listed on, with a specific focus on adhering to the legal requirements within the Republic of Ghana. It serves as a legally binding document that establishes the rights and responsibilities of both the Landlord, represented by, and the Tenant, identified by their full name.

Usage in Ghana:

This Agreement is designed for use by students in Ghana who are seeking accommodation through It is crafted to comply with Ghanaian laws and regulations, ensuring that the tenancy arrangement is legally sound and provides a clear understanding for both parties involved.

Change of Agreement in Ghana:

While this Agreement addresses the fundamental aspects of student tenancies in Ghana, it is important to recognize that it may need to be adjusted to meet specific requirements or to adhere to the changing legal landscape within Ghana. Both the Landlord and the Tenant, as parties to this Agreement, can mutually agree to modify the terms and conditions outlined herein, provided that these changes adhere to Ghanaian laws and regulations.

Any proposed amendments to this Agreement should be documented in writing and signed by both parties to be considered legally valid. We strongly recommend seeking legal counsel before implementing significant changes to ensure that the revised terms are in compliance with Ghanaian law and protect the rights and interests of both parties.

This Agreement, tailored for usage in Ghana, serves as an essential instrument for fostering a transparent and harmonious relationship between landlords and tenants. By using it as a foundation and allowing for adjustments when necessary, both parties can ensure that their expectations are met, and the tenancy arrangement remains equitable and legally sound within the Ghanaian context.

This Tenancy Agreement (“Agreement”) is made and entered into , by and between:

Respective hostel owners on , referred to as the “Landlord,” and student referred to as the “Tenant.”


1.1 Property Address: [Hostel Name, Address]

1.2 Room Number: [Room Number]

1.3 Check-in Date: [Check-in Date]

1.4 Check-out Date: [Check-out Date]


2.1 This agreement commences on the check-in date and will remain in effect until the check-out date specified in Section 1.3 unless terminated earlier in accordance with this agreement.

2.2 The Tenant will pay the agreed rent amount, as specified on, on a semester /yearly basis, in advance. The Tenant is also responsible for paying the electricity bill, water bill, and refuse bill separately unless specified otherwise to be bound by the landlord.

2.3 The Tenant is responsible for maintaining the rented room in good condition and for any damages beyond reasonable wear and tear.


3.1 The Tenant has paid a security deposit of [Deposit Amount] to cover any damages or unpaid rent. This section relies on the required documentation of the individual hostel.

3.2 Any unpaid rent, damages, or fees, including the electricity bill, water bill, and refuse bill, will be deducted from the security deposit, and the balance will be returned to the Tenant upon check-out.


4.1 The Tenant agrees to adhere to all hostel rules and regulations, including quiet hours, no smoking, and any other posted guidelines.

4.2 The Tenant will keep the room clean and is responsible for disposing of trash properly.


5.1 Either party may terminate this agreement by giving [Notice Period] days’ notice in writing.

5.2 If the Tenant violates any terms of this agreement or fails to pay rent, including the electricity bill, water bill, and refuse bill, the Landlord may terminate the tenancy with [Notice Period] days’ notice.


6.1 The Landlord reserves the right to enter the premises for inspections and necessary repairs, with reasonable notice to the Tenant.


7.1 This agreement is governed by the laws of [Jurisdiction].

In witness whereof, the parties hereto have executed this Student Tenancy Agreement as of the date first agreed on in writing.

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