If you have a problem with your landlord, and you cannot afford solicitors or one of our telephone advice calls – there is now potentially another solution.
Our new Advice Guides
I am in the process of developing some ‘Advice Guides’. These give standard but fairly detailed advice on specific topics which are sent to you by email upon payment of the fee.
This focused advice will save you hours of trawling through the internet.
The Guide will have background law (in plain English!), general guidance on dealing with the problem, and draft letters for you to use. Along with links to further information on the internet.
Our mobile friendly emails will also enable you to read the Guides easily on your smart phone wherever you are.
The First Advice Guide – Landlords entering without consent
The first Advice Guide we have produced is on the vexed issue of landlords entering your rented property against your wishes.
Sadly this happens much more often than it should and causes a lot of stress and upset for tenants. It is not good when you do not feel secure in your own home.
The Advice Guide contains advice and guidance on when landlords are entitled to enter and when they are not, the circumstances under which you are entitled to object, and situations where you ought to allow them access.
The Guide contains letters you can use to send to your landlord protesting about his action, and ends with some suggestions for further action if your landlord still continues to use his keys to enter.
You will find the Advice Guide on this page. More will be added later.
If there is a subject you would particularly like us to draft an Advice Guide for – there is also a suggestion form.