Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
More a curiosity, but who checks that the person checking that a prospective tenant’s paperwork complies with right-to-rent rules has the right to check?
I had a bit of a trawl but didn’t find (missed?) an answer to the following.
The present Mrs Hamish is not of these ‘ere parts but is a key member of staff at McBloggs Land Lording Inc.
Not being a native puts Mrs Hamish in the enviable position of being invited to leave should dear TM’s negotiations go South and Junker really puts distance between Euro-Toys and Euro-Pram.
Over 30yrs of contributing to the fabric of this country and the exchequer, building bridges in Bucks (literally), latterly qualified to and currently teaching English; the state pension on the horizon.
No way am I going to fork out £1236 on naturalisation or allow her to take a patronising British-ness test when she knows all the answers.
Does it matter a hoot if the checks are carried out by someone without a British passport as long as those wanting to rent pass the checks?
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