Landlord Law Services for Advisers

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People come to you for advice – but you need to be sure that the advice you give them is correct!

Your organisation may have limited funding available for training – yet you need to have up to date information.

Landlord Law can help, you can look things up quickly when you need it, and ask about those ‘tricky situations’ in the forum

A year’s membership for around the cost of one day’s training – that’s good value!

Here are some of the main services:

  • Information – there are now so many rules and regulations landlords must comply with (which you will be expected to know about).  We have numerous articles, legal FAQ and our unique Q&A  ‘trails’ which you can access 24/7 to find out the information you need.
  • Documents – our documents range from tenancy agreements to possession notices.  All are documents are professionally drafted, regularly updated and (where this is possible) in a plain English style.  
  • Updates – our weekly bulletin will keep you updated on changes in the law and our ‘critical legal information’ news posts – as well as with what’s happening on Landlord Law.
  • Training – things are changing all the time so you need to keep on top of events.  We have regular monthly ‘members only’ training webinars from experts (for example housing barristers).  Business level members will also be able to view the recordings of past training webinars and earn CPD every month.
  • Training event discounts – logged in Landlord Law members will also get automatic discounts when purchasing training workshops and our annual Conference – all of which carry CPD.
  • One to one – discuss problems and seek guidance on our members’ forum area or purchase 1/2 hour telephone advice with a specialist housing solicitor. 
Landlord Law is written and run by Tessa Shepperson, a specialist landlord & tenant lawyer, who has been advising landlords and letting agents for many years both as a practising solicitor and via this Landlord Law service. 
 
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Seven reasons to join Landlord Law today:

  1.  Empower yourself
    learn how to do things yourself rather than relying on expensive ‘experts’
  2.  Gain confidence
    through learning and understanding your legal rights and obligations
  3.  Content you can trust – Tessa Shepperson qualified as a solicitor in 1990 has specialised in landlord & tenant law for nearly 30 years
  4.  Get answers now! – no more desperate searching through the internet – content is organised by topic so you can find it quickly
  5.  Forms you can rely on – regularly updated and professionally drafted
  6.  Interactive – discuss your problems and request new content on the forums
  7.  Peace of mind – relax knowing that Landlord Law is there for you 24/7 …