Landlords must often follow specific legal procedures when increasing a tenant’s rent. The two major requirements landlords must follow are, providing the tenant with written notice of the increase and giving this notice a certain number of days before the tenant’s lease is set to expire.
UK Stamp Duty Land Tax on rental properties This Mobility Insights provides information on the requirement to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax on selected rental properties in the UK. Tenants in rented accommodation in the UK, that pay substantial annual rental amounts, may be required to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT).
Letter to demand outstanding rent from a tenant If you’re owed rent by your tenant, you can send them a letter to demand they pay - as long as it’s been owed to you for at least eight weeks. Our letter can help.
Residential Rental Application. Use this easy-to-use form to apply for a rental unit, or to hand out to prospective renters. more. Tenant Books & Online Forms. Nolo has books and online forms for tenants looking for a new place to live or to fix problems in a current living situation. more. Talk to a Landlord Tenant Lawyer
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Search on GOV.UK for How to Rent to ensure you have the latest version. Landlords cannot use the section 21 (no fault) eviction procedure unless an up-to-date version of this guide has been provided to the tenant. The online version contains links you can click on to get more information.
A tenancy agreement, also called a short assured tenancy, residential tenancy agreement, assured shorthold tenancy agreement (AST) or lease is a contract between a tenant and landlord.