From 1 February 2016, it has been a legal requirement for landlords or agents in England to ensure that any tenant or occupier that rents their property has the right to remain.
Landlords who let private property in England, or take in lodgers could be liable for a civil penalty if they enter into a tenancy agreement involving an illegal migrant. If a landlord makes the relevant document checks and retains copies as required they will establish a statutory excuse against such a penalty.
No Letting Go can verify the original documentation at Check In and warrant that they match the tenant’s appearance.
More information about the scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/righttorentchecks
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