Landlord’s Right To Rent Checks – 4 Video Tutorials

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Check all new tenants. It’s against the law to only check people you think aren’t British citizens.

Before the start of a new tenancy, you must check all tenants aged 18 and over, even if:

  • they’re not named on the tenancy agreement
  • there’s no tenancy agreement
  • the tenancy agreement isn’t in writing
  • Check all new tenants. It’s against the law to only check people you think aren’t British citizens.
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    If you a landlord or letting agency you will now need to be aware of your legal responsibilities of renting to anyone who needs permission to rent under the Immigration Act 2014.

    Private landlords are now required to carry out ‘right to rent checks’ on all new tenants; that means you must check that a tenant or lodger can legally rent your residential property in England.  You could receive a Civil Penalty fine if your property is rented to ‘illegal immigrants’.

    Section 22 of the Immigration Act 2014 states that a landlord should not authorise an adult to occupy property as their ‘only or main home’ under a residential tenancy agreement unless the adult is British, an EEA or Swiss national, or has a “right to rent”.

    Our tutorials have been prepared by experienced UK Immigration Solicitors.  We take their knowledge, experience and make it available to you.

    Learn how to manage your responsibilities the easy way, by watching our informative tutorials. All you have to do is listen, watch and implement.

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