Residential property law centre

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Why the MyLawyer property law service?

At MyLawyer, we know that your property is an important asset. We also understand the residential property law relating to letting out a house or flat and are here to help you comply with the regulations. Whether you are looking for residential tenancy agreement or a flatmates agreement or you need to evict a tenant, our fixed-fee property law service and expert solicitors will ensure your interests are protected.

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Useful information

How do I give notice to my tenants?

If you have rented out your property under an 'Assured shorthold tenancy agreement', you are entitled to regain possession of it by notifying your tenant under the terms of Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 (known as a Section 21 Notice).

Sharing your house or flat with a lodger?

If you own your house or flat and would like to rent out one of your rooms to a lodger, it is advisable to have an agreement in place to formally record the terms and conditions under which the lodger (referred to as the 'occupier') will share your property.

What is a deposit protection scheme?

By law, landlords taking deposits for assured shorthold tenancies are required to safeguard their tenants' deposits through the registration with an approved deposit protection scheme.

What is an assured shorthold tenancy agreement?

An 'Assured shorthold tenancy agreement' (AST) allows a landlord to let out a property to a tenant while retaining the right to repossess the property at the end of the term of the tenancy.

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Did you know?

The word property, in everyday conversation, refers to an object owned by an individual- a bicycle, a computer, or an item of clothing - and its value to the owning party. In property law, however, the definition of property is usually reserved for physical property (houses & other buildings) within the scope of modern common law. The MyLawyer Online Property Law Service covers all aspects of residential property law online, providing comprehensive, solicitor drafted legal documents and one-to-one legal advice over the phone.