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An article that explains what retaliatory evictions are and how you can avoid them. More Info
Read about how to regain the possession of the abandoned premises. More Info
A short guide to finding the most suitable type of letting agreement for a single room. More Info
Sometimes you want to let for a couple of months only. This article explains your choice of letting agreement. More Info
Find out who is responsible for damage to a rented property, and whether it is the landlord or the tenant who must repair it. More Info
7 reasons to record your tenancy agreement in writing - both practical and legal. More Info
Find out what terms most residential tenancy agreements include. More Info
A guide for prospective landlords as to what should be considered before letting a property, and the requirements by law. More Info
Minimise health and safety hazards in let property and reduce the likelihood of enforcement action if your property is inspected by the local authority. More Info
An outline of landlord's responsibilities for maintaining the condition of a property. It covers both the condition of the property and the furnishings. More Info
A short guide to tenancy deposit protection schemes for an AST: whether you need to use one, how to register, and what happens if you don't. More Info
This guide to what you need to do at the end of a tenancy will help ensure a smooth handover of your property. It also covers how deal with rent arrears and how to claim money from a deposit for damage. More Info
A short guide to what a residential landlord can retain from a deposit on account of damage beyond fair wear and tear. More Info
Certain types of employment often provide accommodation as part of the employment. Such accommodation is sometimes referred to as tied accommodation or service occupancy. In law it is a residential licence. More Info
This article explains the difference between a tenancy and a licence to occupy. More Info
A guide to the law behind residential tenancy agreements. A great starting place for any new landlord. More Info
How when and why to serve a section 21 notice under the Housing Act 1988. More Info
Explanation of the types of tenancy and which agreement is best for you. More Info
How when and why to serve a section 8 notice under the Housing Act 1988. More Info
An article that explains what an unfair term is in a tenancy agreement and how to avoid creating unfair terms, and gives examples of terms that would be deemed unfair. More Info
Read what Net Lawman says about Assureds Shorthold Tenancies and how to use their legal templates.
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