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Appealing fines

How to appeal against civil penalties for Right to Rent Breaches

  • 18/01/2017

Details of how to appeal the rather onerous fines for Right to Rent breaches

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Landlord Law

Giving a Tenant Notice Upon Buying a Property

  • 17/01/2017

What landlords should do when buying a property with a tenant already in place.

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Warning - penalties for non-compliance

Right to Rent: making Tenancy Agreements and Terms of Business Compliant

  • 17/01/2017

From 1 February 2016 all tenancies in England are subject to the Right to Rent scheme under Part 3 of the Immigration Act 2014.

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Landlord and Letting Law

Forged Documents and Right to Rent

  • 13/09/2016

Are you worried about being presented with forged documents by prospective tenants? Read on...

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Landlord law.

Compulsory Electrical Testing in Rental Properties

  • 25/05/2016

The Housing and Planning Act 2016 has finally been published. This has taken some time due to the late amendments to the legislation and the tortured process of Parliamentary ping-pong between the Lords and the Commons.

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Landlord and Letting Law

Making Sense of Agency Fee Advertising

  • 25/04/2016

Most letting agents are aware that they need to publish a full list of their fees and charges both on their website and in their offices under requirements in the Consumer Rights Act. However, there continue to be problems with the manner in which fees are advertised alongside property. The Committee on Advertising Practice has tried to produce a summary page setting out its key rules.

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How to appeal against civil penalties for Right to Rent Breaches

Details of how to appeal the rather onerous fines for Right to Rent breaches

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Giving a Tenant Notice Upon Buying a Property

What landlords should do when buying a property with a tenant already in place.

Right to Rent: making Tenancy Agreements and Terms of Business Compliant

From 1 February 2016 all tenancies in England are subject to the Right to Rent scheme under...

Landlord Warning: Do You Know What's Happening To Your Rented Property?

A free service from the land registry could help you (or an innocent buyer) avoid being...

Why some enquirers don't want to share their contact information

Find out why some enquirers aren't prepared to share their contact information with you.