The below documents detail the lettings process as well as any charges due to tenants before/during their tenancy.
Under the 'right to rent' legislation introduced on 1st February 2016, landlords and agents are required to check and take copies of identity documents for all new tenants. The checks are backed up by codes of practice - including guidance on avoiding unlawful discrimination which was drawn up with the assistance of the Human Rights Commission.
The scheme has been designed to make it straight forward for people to give evidence of their right to rent and a range of commonly available documents can be used, as shown below.
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'How to rent'
This guide is for tenants and landlords in the private rented sector to help them understand their rights and responsibilities. It provides a checklist and more detailed information on each stage of the process