Tenancy Document Checking

Having the right tenancy documents in place and complying with statutory requirements are essential when letting your property.

The rules around residential lettings are increasingly stringent.  The Deregulation Act 2015 has introduced more obligations on landlords and those who do not fully comply will not be able to terminate the tenancy.

Too often we come across inadvertent and avoidable mistakes which are not picked up until a landlord needs to seek possession and the tenancy documents are scrutinised.  Inevitably this can waste time and money down the line.

Understandably many landlords would rather concentrate on letting and managing their properties, rather than spend time checking each and every document.   

Our Fixed Fee document checking service for landlords will help ensure that your tenancy documents comply with the requirements of the courts, and give you the chance to put right any mistakes or omissions sooner rather than later.

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