Posted on: 19 October 2018

Documentation checklist for Landlords

As a landlord you have the responsibility to perform checks which prove that your tenants have the right to rent your property. These checks must be performed in line with current UK legislation.

To help outline what you need to do when performing checks on prospective tenants, we have designed a helpful infographic that includes useful information on who can rent your property, which documentation they can use to prove their right to rent, and who can perform these important checks.

Protecting your property and rental income

Having a comprehensive residential landlord insurance plan in place will help protect you in the event of circumstances beyond your control affecting your income.

Premierline can source landlord insurance cover to fit your insurance requirements and offers a flexible approach to insurance, allowing you to protect your assets with a policy that is right for you. Call us to speak to one of our expert advisors or go online to get a quote today.

Useful links:

·         Home Office – Right to rent documents checks: a user guide

·         Right to rent in the UK

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