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Many of the problems that arise between landlords and their tenants can be put down to a universal human failing: lack of communication. Misunderstandings over contractual rights and obligations, for example relating to property inspection and repairs, can result in situations and incidents that produce at best a state of ill-feeling on both sides and at worst the breakdown of the relationship.
Letting a tenant know in advance about matters affecting the property and the tenancy can diffuse tension from the start. This book can help. It contains ready-drafted letters for dealing with commonly-occurring letting situations.
Guidance on when to use each letter and the procedures to follow are included, along with tips and background legal information. More than 80 template letters included for: vetting your tenant; gaining access; rent arrears; responding to your tenant's requests; complaints and breach of tenancy; handling notices; check-out and deposit return; utilities.