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During a Tenancy

During a Tenancy2017-04-25T12:23:10+00:00

In managing a house, and providing a service to the tenant in exchange for rent, the landlord should make every effort to establish a good working relationship with the tenant. This is particularly important when dealing with access to the property or when undertaking repairs. Part of that relationship will be good communication with the tenant and ensuring that their expectations are both reasonable and accurate about the level of service that will be delivered.

For further information about During a Tenancy please click on any of the links below:

Periodic and Other Visits

Tenant Obligations

Entry and Refusal

Changing the Terms of an Assured or an Assured Shorthold Tenancy and Tenancy Renewal

Raising The Rent

When and If the Tenant Can Leave During the Tenancy

Preventing, Controlling and Recovering Rent Arrears

Nuisance and Anti-Social Behaviour

Tenant Relations And Dealing With Complaints

 

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