Being a Landord in the UK entitles you to take money from tennants in exchange for providing them with a level of accommodation that is both safe and secure. The regulations that apply to Landlords are specific and in the case of Health and Safety, cannot be ignored. In particular, if you do do not meet the current regulations and an accident occurs you may be liable for a large fine or a prison sentance. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Therefore, as a Landlord, you may find the the documents below useful reading and remember that compliance is not a choice.

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Landlords Responsibilities

This document defines a Landords specific responsibilities in all areas of Health & Safety with particular reference to gas and electricity. This is a complete but not exhaustive list of Landlords responsibilities.

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Landlords Electrical Safety Responsibilities

This document defines a Landords specific responsibilities in areas of Health & Safety with particular reference to electricity. This is a complete but not exhaustive list of Landlords responsibilities and should be read in detail.

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Landlords Gas Q and A

This document defines a Landords specific responsibilities in areas of Health & Safety with particular reference to gas and gas appliances. This is a complete but not exhaustive list of Landlords responsibilities and should be read in detail.

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Health & Safety in Rented Accomodation

This document defines a Landords responsibilities with respect to Housing and Gas and is a useful quick check list of what you have to provide..

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Tennants Q and A

This document poses many questions that Tennants are asking of support groups and the HSE. It is most useful to see what guidance is being provided to your tennants in relation to a Landlords responsibilities.

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Living in Shared Accommodation

This document defines the wording 'House in Multiple Occupation' ( HMO ) and the different or similar laws that apply to the nominated Landlord. Anyone taking up Landlords responsibilities in an HMO arrangement needs to read this carefully.

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