Tenancy Health Check

Are your tenancies fully legally compliant?

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Avoid unlimited fines and or a prison sentence from £199.00 + VAT.

(£238.80 inc VAT)

Our teams will give your tenancies a full examination - from the necessary legal and monetary compliance to the more recently updated legislation and everything in between.

If you are given a full bill of health - you will qualify for 50% off the fee!

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When asked in the last 12 months to re-let property for new landlords - 100% of cases were found not to have any, or all of the legal documentation required, in order to legally let the property - risking invalidating the tenancy agreement and forfeiting the landlords rights, with potentially £63,250 in fines and or a prison sentence! We want to keep you out of prison and keep your rights to end any tenancy and avoid big fines!


We will conduct a thorough check of all of the tenancy documentation including:

The Tenancy Agreement itself, the EPC, Gas Safety Certificate, EICR, How to Rent Guide, Deposit Registration and Prescribed Information - all of which have been subject to legislation and other updates / changes in recent years.

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After we have checked through all of the above, we will:

  • List any or all items missing / incorrect / invalid (if at this point all is found to be ok, we will advise and issue a clean bill of health) and a reduction in the fee.
  • Advise on how to remedy the issues identified and we will then, depending on what level of service you require, either arrange, or put you in touch with local professionals.
  • Set automatic reminders for any renewal items so that we can alert you in the future when these items are due to expire.

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Fines for individual missing prescribed tenancy documents

  • Invalid or no EPC present:
    up to £5,000 per property
  • Invalid or no Gas Safety Certificate:
    up to £6,000 per property and or a prison sentence
  • Invalid or missing EICR:
    up to £30,000 per property
  • Incorrect registration of deposit, non-issuing of prescribed information or deposit scheme terms and conditions:
    up to 3 times the value of the deposit. £2,250 per tenancy based on the average rent of £650pcm with a 5 week deposit of £750.
  • Invalid or incomplete Right to Rent Check:
    up to £10,000 per occupier (up to £20,000 if repeated)

Example total of £63,250 in fines based on a couple renting a property with none of the above in place, along with the potential of a prison sentence totalling on average of about 6 months! (according to various online sources). All that's left for you to answer - is When?