From 1st February 2016, new legislation came into effect stating that no tenancy can commence until the right to rent has been established. A landlord or agent will normally be liable for a civil penalty if they authorize occupation to a person who does not have the right to rent.
This is a complex area that may need specialist advice and guidance, but we have included below a summary of the new legislation and the main implications / responsibilities for you and the landlord.
Click here to view a summary of the new legislation and the main implications/ responsibilities for you and the landlord.
For more information please visit the official website by clicking here.