How To Avoid 5 Traps in UK Tenancy Agreements (30 mins)


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By watching the webinar, you will learn:

  • About 5 common traps in UK Tenancy Agreements
  • How to avoid traps set by landlords & their rental agents
  • How renters should deal with unfair rental contract terms

On 6 April 2016, we held a Live webinar for Global Mobility & HR professionals on how to avoid 5 traps in UK Tenancy Agreements. 

Does your company relocate people to the UK?  Or are you yourself relocating to London or elsewhere in the UK?

Then you will want to learn about the 5 common TRAPS in UK rental contracts – and what you can do to avoid them.  Be aware that there’s no such thing as a standard rental contract in the UK.  They vary considerably from landlord to landlord.

Many tenants think they have to sign whatever papers are put in front of them.  But that’s not the case.

Landlords and their agents regularly add unfair clauses to their Tenancy Agreements – clauses that are crafted to put the tenant at a disadvantage. An unrepresented tenant will usually simply sign on the dotted line, because they’re afraid of losing the property.  But this can cause COSTLY problems down the line – both for the tenant AND their employer. That’s why we recently held a special webinar for our clients all over the world – to discuss 5 common rental contract TRAPS and how to avoid getting caught by them.

Now, for a limited time, you can watch the recording today FREE of charge – simply by completing the short form on this web page.

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