England Landlord Guidance

Changing the Terms (Not Rent Only)

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Hi, Thanks for your advice earlier. I am using the Wizard on the website to serve Section 8 notice to my tenants. The AST commenced on 21st April and prior to that, there was a 3 month lodgers ...

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Hi, Just been informed my tenants marriage is over and he has moved out. She(and 2 young children) want to stay renting and they have no bother for the last year. How do I change the agreement ( ...

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i have father , mother and daughter in the 2 bedroom flat. father and mother only on tenancy. now they are asking for a new tenancy for father, daughter and her new husband would i be able to use

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Is there any landlord responsibility to check that EU tenants have applied for settled status?  Or can their tenancies continue as normal with no further checks?

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We have a lovley tenant who is now in her 90s and starting to struggle to cope. Her family now want to move a full time carer into the property. We have no issue with this in principle but how

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