Private Tenancy Advice
As a private tenant, Which? Legal Service can advise you
1. Your legal rights as a tenant
2. Any disputes you have with your landlord including the tenancy deposit scheme
3. What to do if your landlord is refusing to make repairs
With more and more people deciding to rent because of the uncertainty about house prices and rising mortgage costs, it's important to know your tenancy rights.
As a private residential tenant you shouldn't have to worry about getting caught in your birthday suit as you step out of the shower as landlords must give tenants 24 hours' notice if they need access to the property.
The best way to avoid problems as a landlord and a tenant is to ensure you are aware of tenancy rights and abide by the terms of the tenancy agreement. And if you've got any questions or issues regarding your tenancy rights, call or email someone from our legal team for personalized advice.
For more information on private tenancy, see our book 'Renting and Letting'