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Tenancy agreement legal advice

When you pay rent to a landlord for your home, you need to be aware of the rights you have should any problems arise. If there’s an issue, your landlord may have to act.

Getting tenancy advice on what your landlord is obliged to do can ease your stress at anxious times, and give you the confidence you need to resolve an issue with your accommodation.

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If you’re renting privately in England or Wales and have an assured shorthold tenancy agreement (AST), or in Scotland and have a Short Assured Tenancy, you have a contract between you and your landlord setting out the rights and obligations of both sides.

Which? Legal can give you clear legal advice on your position in plain English, whenever you need it.

Your landlord may be turning up unannounced or delaying the return of your deposit. Our lawyers and specialist legal advisers are able to provide you with the tenancy advice you need to work out exactly where you stand.

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James Attew Prior to joining Which? Legal in September 2018, James advised in relation to consumer, commercial, and property disputes at various firms in the South of England See profile
Peter Litchman Peter qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and joined Which? Legal as a legal adviser in January 2007. He advises on all aspects of consumer law, tenancy issues, and neighbour disputes. See profile
Adrian Schwab Adrian joined Which? Legal in June 2017 as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. Adrian received his Bachelor in Law degree from the Holborn Law School in 2006. See profile