We're here to help Landlords with their legal problems
If you're a property owner who's letting out residential accommodation in England and Wales, your top priority is to protect your investment and also your rental income. However, you have many responsibilities to your tenants, such as protecting their deposit and checking their right to rent in the UK (Immigration Act 2014). At the same time your tenants also have obligations to you under the tenancy agreement, such as paying the rent. Managing and letting a property can be complicated, particularly when problems arise, so if you have a question or a problem, contact us now for clear, sound advice.
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Problems facing Landlords
If you are experiencing one of the following problems and don't know where to turn, contact us now.
- If you are experiencing one of the following problems and don’t know where to turn, contact us now.
- You don’t know if your tenancy agreement is adequate for your needs or whether it is an assured tenancy or an assured shorthold tenancy agreement
- You’re not sure if you have complied with the law in relation to protecting your tenant’s deposit
- Your tenant is complaining about defects at the property and you’re not sure who is responsible for putting them right
- Your property needs repairs and you don’t know how to carry them out with a tenant in occupation
- Your tenant is complaining about a neighbouring tenant and you’re unsure how to deal with the conflict
- You have a tenant who is failing to pay the rent or is breaking other terms of their tenancy
- You wish to give notice to an occupant and want to know the grounds for recovering possession of the property
- Your tenant has contacted the Local Authority about the property and you want to know how to deal with Local Authority Regulations or whether your property should be licensed/registered