The Letting Centre's Letting Handbook contains everything you need to know about residential tenancies in one practical volume. The Handbook is fully indexed and packed with useful information and practical advice. It also gives a convenient and authoritative statement of the law as it applies to residential lettings in England and Wales. Recent updates to the Letting Handbook include the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, Deregulation Act 2015, Consumer Rights Act 2015 and the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015.
The Handbook has been compiled with the assistance of our extensive library of statutes, regulations and other technical details that have been assembled through publishing the Journal, and through continual contact with letting agents and landlords trying to solve practical issues with sensible advice.
The Handbook will provide you with:
- Client confidence - expert knowledge at your fingertips will ensure that the advice you give to your clients is informed and reliable.
- Peace of mind - the Handbook is presented in loose-leaf format in order to facilitate updates. You can rest assured that any changes in legislation affecting property management will be forwarded to you via our optional update service.
The Handbook guides practitioners through the various practical and legal aspects of setting up tenancies, day-to-day management issues and the requirements for termination and gaining possession at the end of the tenancy. The Handbook also contains versions of the main statutory forms relating to assured and assured shorthold tenancies under the Housing Act 1988 and a sample assured shorthold tenancy agreement.
A complete set of Letting Factsheets providing concise information on a wide range of legislation and other issues relating to residential letting and property management are also contained within the Handbook.
Handbook Revision Service
This price includes the Handbook Revision Service for up to one year, we will then forward to you an invoice for payment to continue this service. The Letting Centre aims to update this publication each year, producing updates as legislation and guidance changes.