The law means that all private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the Right to Rent of prospective tenants. As a Landlord, you have to establish that every prospective adult tenant of your property has the right to rent in the UK. You must checking all relevant documentation in the presence of the occupant.
All adult occupants of the property need to be checked for their Right to Rent. This applies to all occupants whether they are from the UK, the EEA, are a Swiss national or from further abroad.
They need to be made within 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Follow-up checks need to be conducted at appropriate times as per the regulation.
CheckDocs will provide you with an instant response. Users are able to download an application report immediately after submission. The report will contain the complete details of the applicant along with their application result.
When the user selects the applicant’s country of origin, CheckDocs will provide a list of documents that are required for that particular country. A passport is only enough if the applicant is a British national, from the EEA or a Swiss national.
The documents need to be retained for the duration of the tenancy and for 12 months after the end of the tenancy.  CheckDocs will retain each applicant’s documents for their individual duration.
Landlords could be fined up to £3000 or possibly face a prison sentence if they are found to be non-compliant with the legislation.
The regulation calls for all original documents to be checked by the Landlord/Agent, and the Tenant must be present in person or via video link.

The Landlord/Agent will need to apply for verification of this claim with the Home Office. A ‘YES’ response from the Home Office is enough to prove the applicant’s Right to Rent.

The law means that all private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the Right to Rent of prospective tenants. As a Landlord, you have to establish that every prospective adult tenant of your property has the right to rent in the UK. You must checking all relevant documentation in the presence of the occupant.
All adult occupants of the property need to be checked for their Right to Rent. This applies to all occupants whether they are from the UK, the EEA, are a Swiss national or from further abroad.
They need to be made within 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Follow-up checks need to be conducted at appropriate times as per the regulation.
CheckDocs will provide you with an instant response. Users are able to download an application report immediately after submission. The report will contain the complete details of the applicant along with their application result.
When the user selects the applicant’s country of origin, CheckDocs will provide a list of documents that are required for that particular country. A passport is only enough if the applicant is a British national, from the EEA or a Swiss national.
The documents need to be retained for the duration of the tenancy and for 12 months after the end of the tenancy.  CheckDocs will retain each applicant’s documents for their individual duration.
Landlords could be fined up to £3000 or possibly face a prison sentence if they are found to be non-compliant with the legislation.
The regulation calls for all original documents to be checked by the Landlord/Agent, and the Tenant must be present in person or via video link.

The Landlord/Agent will need to apply for verification of this claim with the Home Office. A ‘YES’ response from the Home Office is enough to prove the applicant’s Right to Rent.

The law means that all private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the Right to Rent of prospective tenants. As a Landlord, you have to establish that every prospective adult tenant of your property has the right to rent in the UK. You must checking all relevant documentation in the presence of the occupant.
All adult occupants of the property need to be checked for their Right to Rent. This applies to all occupants whether they are from the UK, the EEA, are a Swiss national or from further abroad.
They need to be made within 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Follow-up checks need to be conducted at appropriate times as per the regulation.
CheckDocs will provide you with an instant response. Users are able to download an application report immediately after submission. The report will contain the complete details of the applicant along with their application result.
When the user selects the applicant’s country of origin, CheckDocs will provide a list of documents that are required for that particular country. A passport is only enough if the applicant is a British national, from the EEA or a Swiss national.
The documents need to be retained for the duration of the tenancy and for 12 months after the end of the tenancy.  CheckDocs will retain each applicant’s documents for their individual duration.
Landlords could be fined up to £3000 or possibly face a prison sentence if they are found to be non-compliant with the legislation.
The regulation calls for all original documents to be checked by the Landlord/Agent, and the Tenant must be present in person or via video link.

The Landlord/Agent will need to apply for verification of this claim with the Home Office. A ‘YES’ response from the Home Office is enough to prove the applicant’s Right to Rent.

The law means that all private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the Right to Rent of prospective tenants. As a Landlord, you have to establish that every prospective adult tenant of your property has the right to rent in the UK. You must checking all relevant documentation in the presence of the occupant.
All adult occupants of the property need to be checked for their Right to Rent. This applies to all occupants whether they are from the UK, the EEA, are a Swiss national or from further abroad.
They need to be made within 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Follow-up checks need to be conducted at appropriate times as per the regulation.
CheckDocs will provide you with an instant response. Users are able to download an application report immediately after submission. The report will contain the complete details of the applicant along with their application result.
When the user selects the applicant’s country of origin, CheckDocs will provide a list of documents that are required for that particular country. A passport is only enough if the applicant is a British national, from the EEA or a Swiss national.
The documents need to be retained for the duration of the tenancy and for 12 months after the end of the tenancy.  CheckDocs will retain each applicant’s documents for their individual duration.
Landlords could be fined up to £3000 or possibly face a prison sentence if they are found to be non-compliant with the legislation.
The regulation calls for all original documents to be checked by the Landlord/Agent, and the Tenant must be present in person or via video link.

The Landlord/Agent will need to apply for verification of this claim with the Home Office. A ‘YES’ response from the Home Office is enough to prove the applicant’s Right to Rent.

The law means that all private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the Right to Rent of prospective tenants. As a Landlord, you have to establish that every prospective adult tenant of your property has the right to rent in the UK. You must checking all relevant documentation in the presence of the occupant.
All adult occupants of the property need to be checked for their Right to Rent. This applies to all occupants whether they are from the UK, the EEA, are a Swiss national or from further abroad.
They need to be made within 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Follow-up checks need to be conducted at appropriate times as per the regulation.
CheckDocs will provide you with an instant response. Users are able to download an application report immediately after submission. The report will contain the complete details of the applicant along with their application result.
When the user selects the applicant’s country of origin, CheckDocs will provide a list of documents that are required for that particular country. A passport is only enough if the applicant is a British national, from the EEA or a Swiss national.
The documents need to be retained for the duration of the tenancy and for 12 months after the end of the tenancy.  CheckDocs will retain each applicant’s documents for their individual duration.
Landlords could be fined up to £3000 or possibly face a prison sentence if they are found to be non-compliant with the legislation.
The regulation calls for all original documents to be checked by the Landlord/Agent, and the Tenant must be present in person or via video link.

The Landlord/Agent will need to apply for verification of this claim with the Home Office. A ‘YES’ response from the Home Office is enough to prove the applicant’s Right to Rent.

The law means that all private landlords, including those who sub-let or take in lodgers, must check the Right to Rent of prospective tenants. As a Landlord, you have to establish that every prospective adult tenant of your property has the right to rent in the UK. You must checking all relevant documentation in the presence of the occupant.
All adult occupants of the property need to be checked for their Right to Rent. This applies to all occupants whether they are from the UK, the EEA, are a Swiss national or from further abroad.
They need to be made within 28 days before the start of the tenancy. Follow-up checks need to be conducted at appropriate times as per the regulation.
CheckDocs will provide you with an instant response. Users are able to download an application report immediately after submission. The report will contain the complete details of the applicant along with their application result.
When the user selects the applicant’s country of origin, CheckDocs will provide a list of documents that are required for that particular country. A passport is only enough if the applicant is a British national, from the EEA or a Swiss national.
The documents need to be retained for the duration of the tenancy and for 12 months after the end of the tenancy.  CheckDocs will retain each applicant’s documents for their individual duration.
Landlords could be fined up to £3000 or possibly face a prison sentence if they are found to be non-compliant with the legislation.
The regulation calls for all original documents to be checked by the Landlord/Agent, and the Tenant must be present in person or via video link.

The Landlord/Agent will need to apply for verification of this claim with the Home Office. A ‘YES’ response from the Home Office is enough to prove the applicant’s Right to Rent.

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