Houses in Multiple Occupation

Houses in Multiple Occupation / Shared Property


Many tenants choose to share their properties with friends or family members.  HMOs are properties where unrelated people share accommodation, often by having their own room in a shared house. Here are links to the relevant content available on Landlord Law for Non members, standard members and +Plus members.  .

Tessa's Ten Top Tips for HMO Landlords

  1. Do not let rooms to tenants under so called ‘license agreements’ without getting legal advice  (from a qualified lawyer) first. In most cases these ‘licenses’ will actually be tenancies
  2. Check with your Local Authority to see what the situation is regarding licensing in your area (as it varies across the country).
Regular HMO Workshops are provided by Easy Law Training - find out when the next one is going to be held via the Easy Law Training Website.
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