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Tessa Shepperson’s New “Landlord Law Made Easy” Course Buy to Let News, Landlord Law, Latest Articles, Property Investment News, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

Don’t you get fed up sometimes by the amount of law we are expected to know?

  • We have to comply with complicated tenancy deposit regulations otherwise our tenants can sue us for a penalty payment and we won’t be able to serve a notice to evict them unless we pay their deposit back.

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Tessa Shepperson dedicates landlord eBook to Property118 Guest Articles, Latest Articles, Property118 News

Property118.com has had an eBook dedicated to it called “A Short Guide to Being a Landlord” by regular contributor and landlord law specialist Tessa Shepperson.

The book comes free if you purchase her £17 eBook “The secrets of Assured Shorthold Tenancies and section 21” before 10am, 7th June. Continue reading Tessa Shepperson dedicates landlord eBook to Property118


The various and wondrous ways that tenancies end Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles, Lettings & Management, UK Property Forum for Buy to Let Landlords

This is the last in this series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

Continue reading The various and wondrous ways that tenancies end


What do you do if your tenant won’t leave when their section 21 notice expires? Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles

This is the ninth in a series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

What do you do if your tenant won’t leave when their section 21 notice expires?

As you no doubt know, section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 is the section which sets out the procedure under which landlords can evict their tenants at the end of the fixed term, even if the tenants have done nothing wrong. Continue reading What do you do if your tenant won’t leave when their section 21 notice expires?


I think my tenant has left, can I change the locks? Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles, Lettings & Management

This is the eighth in a series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

I think my tenant has left, can I change the locks?

You need to be very, VERY careful about this.  Once a property has been let to a tenant it is effectively his.  He is entitled to live in it without interference from the landlord.  Continue reading I think my tenant has left, can I change the locks?


Help! My tenant has stopped paying rent – what do I do? Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles

This is the seventh in a series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

Help! My tenant has stopped paying rent – what do I do?

Rent is the big problem that worries landlords.  You will probably have expenses to pay such as mortgage repayments, which will fall due whether or not the tenant is paying their rent. Continue reading Help! My tenant has stopped paying rent – what do I do?


How to increase rent the proper way Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles, Lettings & Management

This is the sixth in a series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

How to increase rent the proper way

As we all know, the price of things keeps going up and the value of money keeps going down.  You will therefore want to increase your tenant’s rent from time to time.  However, it is important that you go about this the proper way.  Continue reading How to increase rent the proper way


@TessaShepperson blogs “Check out your tenants or live to rue the day” Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles

This is the third in a series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service. 

Having a good tenant is THE most important thing about renting property.  Continue reading @TessaShepperson blogs “Check out your tenants or live to rue the day”


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