A guide to: Dealing with antisocial behaviour as a landlord

On 1 December 2017 a new type of tenancy will come into force, called the private residential tenancy, this will replace assured and short assured tenancy agreements for all new tenancies. Find out more

Introduction

Private landlords have responsibility for antisocial behaviour that happens in and around the properties they rent out. This means that if your tenants or their visitors are causing trouble, you have to try to put a stop to it. This guide is for you if you’re concerned your tenants or their visitors are behaving antisocially or you want to avoid this by best practice.

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