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Landlords have to meet minimum standards for energy efficiency
To regain possession of a property, landlords have to follow certain legal procedures.
Any deposit you receive from a tenant must be put into one of three Government authorised tenancy deposit schemes.
As a landlord, you need to take complaints of anti social behaviour seriously.
How to minimise issues with late or unpaid rent from your tenants.
What does Universal Credit mean to landlords? What you need to do and how you can get help
How to get as much information as possible before granting someone a tenancy.
Advice about managing the finances from your rental property.
There are laws to protect the health, safety and welfare of your tenants.
You must assess and minimise the risk of fire and carbon monoxide in your property.
You have to make sure gas appliances, fittings and flues provided for tenants are safe.
You have to make sure all electrical equipment is safe.
You have to manage any asbestos in a tenanted property correctly.
This is the official system we use to assess housing conditions.
Standards and obligations for houses occupied by more than one household
The GOV.UK website is full of useful advice for landlords.
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