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Something new (and free) for tenants – my new e course

Tenant-LawFor a long time I have been thinking about doing something extra for tenants.

After the sucess of my free e course for landlords, the obvious thing to do was a free e course for tenants.

Happily I already had the domain name which I was not doing much with, so putting the service on its own website seemed sensible.

Although for years there has been a massive amount of information for tenants on my Landlord Law site, tenants tend to be put off by the name.

The course launches

I did quite a lot of the writing for the new course over Christmas and have been beavering away in my spare time ever since.  Finally on Sunday, it was finished.

So if you are a tenant (or even if you are not) you can sign up to it >> here.

Good landlords have nothing to fear

If you are a landlord, and are a good landlord (as most of the landlords reading this blog are) then there is nothing in this course to worry you.

Your tenants won’t need advice on disrepair (as your properties will be in tip top condition) and you will not illeglly harass or evict your tenants.  You will protect your deposits promptly and will not try to increase the rent other than by legal means.

The only people who need worry about this course are the bad landlords.

Tell your friends

So if you are a tenant and are having problems, this is a good way to find out what you are and are not entitled to.

The course is completely free and without obligation  – although I will be using it to promote my tenant products (not that I have that many), you don’t have to buy them!

You will find a full list of the course contents over on the >> Tenant-Law site.

You can sign up to the e course >> here.

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Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is a lawyer and specialises in creating products and services which help landlords and letting agents learn and understand landlord & tenant law. For example, she runs the Landlord Law website (now in its 14th year) and is a director of Easy Law Training Ltd and Your Law Store. Tessa also sits on the Property Redress Scheme Council. When not working she enjoys reading, cooking and messing around on the computer. You can also find her on Google

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