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Looking at Landlord Accreditation schemes and how they can benefit local landlords and letting agent
Looking at the issue of licensing and regulation in the private rented sector - what we have now and [more]
Landlords, there are NO exceptions to the tenancy deposit rules.  This means YOU
Why landlords MUST make sure that their tenants deposit is protected with a scheme or suffer the pen [more]
A quick overview of the law relating to tenancy deposits for landlords and tenants and how it works [more]
Looking at the changes in the Deregulation Act 2015 as regards agents details in notices [more]
Taking a look at what the Deregulation Act says about ongoing cases and what happens to them where t [more]
The Deregulation Act 2015, continuing our series on how the act deals with tenancy deposit regulatio [more]
The Deregulation Act 2015 Explained – 1. Old Tenancy Deposits
Old tenancy deposits - how does the Deregulation Act 2015 deal with deposits which were paid before [more]
What you need to do to keep crooks and criminals out of your rented property
On the important issue of landlords checking prosptective tenants before they let them into their pr [more]
Taking a look at an excellent guide published by the Property Redress Scheme on fees letting agents [more]
Some guidance for landlords when signing their agreements with their agent eg on deposits, fees, te [more]
Looking at agency law and how it applies to letting agents, landlords and tenants [more]

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Tessa is an English lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law.

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