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By Natalie Deakin

We're a month into 2021 and it's already looking to be a jam-packed year for landlords and letting agents. As we all know by now, the lettings industry can be unpredictable at the

On 30th March 2020, the government announced some temporary changes to the rules of Right to Rent checks. These changes aim to make it easier for landlords to carry them out. The changes

Right to Rent checks are in breach of human rights - according to a High Court ruling made on Friday 1 March 2019. The court further said that the requirement to carry out Right to

Residential lettings can be confusing. With over 160 laws and regulations related to renting, there's a lot of complicated jargon thrown around. Landlords and tenants can not be expected to know every lettings

You have completed your Right to Rent checks, all the adults in the property have passed the checks and moved into the property, however, you receive a fine from The Home Office for

As of 1st April 2018 any properties rented out in the private rented sector to meet a minimum energy performance rating on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). In a bid to cut energy bills and carbon

Although Right to Rent checks have been around for a couple of years now as part of The Immigration Act 2014, surprisingly, they are still falling on deaf ears of some UK landlords.

Landlords will have a little more paperwork in the near future as regulations come into force that put the onus on you to check a tenant’s immigration status. Fines of up to £3,000

A new scheme being trialled in the West Midlands requires landlords to check the immigration status of prospective tenants before allowing them to sign a tenancy agreement. The scheme is known as ‘right

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