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The Tenant's Survival Guide

The Tenant's Survival Guide

“The Tenant’s Survival Guide” is the definitive guide to renting accommodation, containing clear and concise information unobtainable from any other single source. It includes: what to look for during viewings; how to protect your deposit; inventories – the practical essentials; what happens if you decide to leave or the landlord gives you notice to quit; checklist of essentials; useful standard letters; and, how to live within the legally defined terms of the contract. With rental payments consuming on average over one third of your disposable income – or closer to half for students – it’s important to ensure your interests are safeguarded. If you are about to be a tenant, or are one already, you do need this book.

Contents: 1. Basic things to understand before you start renting; 2. Viewings; 3. Deposits – the old system and the new; 4. Inventories; 5. How to manage your landlord/agent relationships; 6. Living as a tenant;7. Leases; 8. Understanding your lease and rent increase procedures; 9. Common tenancy arrangements and responsibilities; 10. When you decide to leave; 11. When your landlord tells you to leave or seeks ‘possession’; 12. How your landlord’s mortgage can affect you; 13. Harassment and illegal eviction; 14. Houses in multiple occupation.
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Genre: Health & Personal Development / Self-help & Personal Development / Law, Citizenship & Rights For The Lay Person

On Sale: 15th November 2007

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781845282318