The Landlord Law Checklists

In order to help landlords, particularly new landlords, ensure that they do not miss out any essential steps when renting out and managing their properties, we are developing a series of detailed Checklists.  These consist of a list with drop-down areas where we give information about specific issues and links out to Landlord Law content and also information available on the internet.

Landlords (and letting agents) can use these as a reference when dealing with the various stages in managing rented property.  They are also a good way to help you locate suitable content on the Landlord Law site.

The checklists are available free of charge to our Business Level members.

If you are a Basic Level member and wish to use the checklists you will need to upgrade to Business Level.  Please contact us if you want to do this.

The checklists have been built using our learning management software.  To view any of the checklists, click the ‘start’ button.  If you want to view it again – come back here again and click ‘continue’.  You will need to be logged in as a Business Level member.

If you have problems opening up the checklist sections, note that they may not work properly with very old computer internet software. Contact us if this happens.
Business Level members only

1. The Property Checklist

A step by step guide to help you deal with all legal and other issues so your property can be rented to tenants.
Business Level members only

2. The New Tenant Checklist

This is a step by step guide to help you with the process of checking and choosing new tenants for your property.
Business Level members only

3. The New Tenancy Checklist

A step by step guide to help you when setting up a new tenancy.  Including all the paperwork.
Business Level members only

4. The Tenancy Management Checklist

A step by step guide to help you manage your tenancy and deal with any issues.
Business Level members only

5. The Tenancy Renewal Checklist

A step by step guide to help you deal with the renewal of a tenancy at the end of the fixed term.y issues.