Legal help, services and support for private residential landlords
Landlord Law Services for Landlords
Landlord Law is (as its name suggests) primarily a service for landlords – private residential landlords in England and Wales only (as opposed to landlords of property outside England & Wales, social housing landlords, or landlords of commercial property).
Over the years thousands of landlords have saved thousands of pounds by using Landlord Law to help them manage their properties and comply with the law.
Here are some of the main services:
Information – there are now so many rules and regulations you have to comply with. You need somewhere giving reliable information about what your obligations are and what you are supposed to do. We have numerous articles, legal FAQ and our unique Q&A ‘trails’ to give you the information you need.
Checklists – makes sure you don’t miss any important steps by following our detailed checklist guides
Documents – from tenancy agreements to possession notices you need to have proper legally valid documentation for your tenancies. All our documents are professionally drafted and (where this is possible) in a plain English style so you – and your tenants – you can understand them
Updates – our weekly bulletin will keep you updated on changes in the law together with our ‘critical legal information’ news posts
Training – things are changing all the time. We have regular monthly ‘members only’ training webinars from experts (often housing barristers). Business level members will also be able to view the recordings of past training webinars
Training event discounts – logged in Landlord Law members get automatic discounts when purchasing places for training workshops and our annual Conference.
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 for over 20 years both as a practising solicitor and via this Landlord Law service.
Here is what some of our members have said:
I have been a landlord for over 20 years and during that time Landlord Law has been the most wonderful lifeline.
I especially appreciated the warnings of the changes to legislation. Without Landlord Law I would not have been aware.
I am so grateful to you, and send you my heartiest thanks.
Geoffrey BrownFormer Landlords
Your website was a most valuable resource for all matters relating to our tenancies and the response time from yourself for any questions posted on the site was nothing short of heroic.
If anyone is reading this and considering whether or not to join up to Landlord Law, think no more , just get your hand in your pocket and you will not regret a penny of it.
Our warm thanks to you and your team.
The Landlord Law service is excellent, very easy and straight forward to use and gives people who don't know where to start the confidence to become a landlord on their own
I have used the Landlord Law website for around the past 6 years. I currently live abroad and self manage 3 properties in the UK. I find the clear non-jargon tenancy agreements very easy to use and my tenants also seem to like them due to their simplicity.
Although everything can be done over the internet and through email, the service is extremely friendly and run very efficiently. I would have no hesitation in recommending it to other people to use
The tenancy agreements and notices are spot on, I have used them many times and they have been used for successful court evictions. Landlord Law is well worth the membership fee, I have been a member for many years and I never hesitate to renew it every year.
The tenancy agreements are excellent, with many different variations available for just about every situation. Completing them is 100% idiot proof, just fill in the blanks and good precise instructions are given for every blank. The plain English format makes them fairly straight forward for tenants to understand and cuts out many questions tenants have asked in the past with other agreements