England Landlord Guidance

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Welcome to Your New Property Letter

Welcome to Your New Property Letter

Product Code: LT012 After a successful application and a tenancy has been granted, optionally, a landlord (or ...
Notify Electricity Supplier

Notify Electricity Supplier

Product Code: LT013 After a tenant has moved into a new property, it is wise to have taken meter readings and ...
Notify Gas Supplier

Notify Gas Supplier

Product Code: LT014 After a tenant has moved into a new property, it is wise to have taken meter readings and ...
Notify Water Supplier

Notify Water Supplier

Product Code: LT015 After a tenant has moved into a new property, it is wise to have taken meter readings and ...
Standing Order Form (Tenant to Landlord)

Standing Order Form (Tenant to Landlord)

Product Code: F034 - for updates see below Simple form for tenant to complete in order to set up a standing ...
Notify Council Tax Change of Occupier

Notify Council Tax Change of Occupier

Product Code: After a tenant has moved into a new property, a landlord should notify all services regarding the

Questions and Answers (for this topic and country)

To be or not to be a tenant

Prospective T applied for tenancy and now wants brother to live with him permanently. T has very large income (verified), brother has insufficient income to sustain tenancy on his own. T ...

tenant messing me around keeps changing his mind

Dear Guildy, i have a tenant that has been deciding to move into my houseshare in Richmond , surrey. London borough making up his mind for 5 weeks. he came and saw place 4 times and was always

Girlfriend wants to move in – misc Qs.

I have a tenant on an AST, fixed term for 6 months from November 2016, thereafter, periodic. His parents are guarantors. His US girlfriend will be staying with him as a visitor in a couple of ...

Replacement Tenancy

Hi, I have a single tenant in a property currently - but he would like a friend to move in with him, so he will sign a new joint tenancy for a further 6 months. The deposit is currently ...

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