Landlord Law Trails

Trails are a method used on Landlord Law to help you reach the right answer to a problem via a series of questions and answers. 

The following trails are available for use:

The Tenancy Trail

In tenancy law it is essential that you know the correct type of tenancy concerned as often the laws and rules applicable are very different.  The sole purpose of the tenancy trail is to help you do that.  However the trail also has links to relevant content on the Landlord Law site.

The tenancy trail is a members only feature.

The New Landlords Guide

This provides helpful information to new landlords (which will also be useful for more experienced landlords!) together with links to resources on the site (although some of the links can only be accessed by logged in members). 

The guide will be particularly helpful in helping you decide whether you should manage your property yourself or use a letting agent.

The Which Tenancy Agreement Trail

This trail  helps landlords to work out which tenancy agreement will be most suitable for their situation.  The trail is open access but the final pages, where you are taken to a page where you can create the relevant tenancy agreements, can only be accessed by landlord members.

The Letting Agent Dismissal Guide

Many landlords join Landlord Law because they are unhappy with the service provided by their letting agent and want to manage their properties themselves.  But often they find it difficult to end their agency agreement.  This 'trail' is a guide to help you do this.

Tenancy Deposit Compliance Checker

Follow this online guide to see whether you are in breach of the tenancy deposit regulations - and if you are, what you need to do about it.

The Section 21 Guide

Find out whether you are entitled to use section 21 for your tenant and what type of section 21 notice you need to use.  The Guide has links to our document generator so you can create the forms.

The Which Possession Proceedings Trail

This is only available to landlord members.  It is a guide to help you work out which type of possession proceedings are most suitable for your situation.  There  is a free non-members version here.



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