Suitable for: IA What does this mean?
In English law, there are some 15 different kinds of tenancy, all with different names, all with different rights and responsibilities and, since the Localism Act 2011, there are minimum two-year fixed-term flexible and affordable rent tenancies.
Many people only have a licence (personal permission) to occupy. Confusion reigns and mistakes are all too common when creating, managing and terminating these occupation agreements.
This training will provide a clear understanding of the different kinds of tenancy/licence and how to minimise errors.
You will learn:
Who should attend?
What a ‘licence’ is and who should really have a tenancy
Who should get what kind of agreement when first occupying
The need for accurate and clear written and verbal agreements with occupiers
About fixed-term/flexible and affordable rent tenancies
About introductory/starter/assured shorthold/demoted tenancies; how and why reviews are essential
How such tenancies default or convert into lifetime secure or assured tenancies
The different rights and responsibilities that attach to different kinds of tenancy
About common tenancy management issues – assignment, succession, abandonment
How to properly end different kinds of tenancy or licence.
Everyone involved in creating, managing or ending different kinds of tenancy or licence, including lettings, sign-up staff, tenancy management and enforcement, arrears staff, supported housing teams and tenancy sustainment staff.
Richard Paris has an MA from Queens’ College, Cambridge and a post-graduate Diploma in Housing from LSE. From 1991-93 he was senior research officer at LSE Housing, and has worked for short-life and supported housing agencies, mainstream housing associations and local authorities. He is a freelance housing law specialist with 20 years’ training and development experience undertaking educational training, consultancy, policy and procedure health checks. He specialises in housing law updates, dealing with anti-social behaviour effectively, preventing and controlling rent arrears, do-it-yourself possession proceedings, the law in supported housing and the law on disrepair and best practice.
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