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From the 1st February 2016, Landlords in England are required to check their tenants or lodgers are legally eligible to reside within the UK.

Categories: Conveyancing

When renting a property, you sign a contract with your landlord outlining the rights and responsibilities of each party. This can be either written or oral and is known as a tenancy agreement. However, either you or your landlord may wish for the te…

Categories: General

All landlords hope for a good relationship with their tenants, but for one reason or another, this can't always be possible. You may, therefore, want your tenants to leave your property early. However, to do this you will have to give your tenants th…

Categories: General

At McHale and Co we appreciate that that the perception of ‘rich’ landlord and that of ‘poor’ tenant is one that is very much so outdated and we understand that for many private landlords their priority is to ensure that their investment property is …