Kathryn Coley at Certax Accounting draws our attention to sound advice for Landlords regarding immigration 'Right to Rent' checks.
For tenancies which start on or after 1 February 2016, landlords of properties throughout England should check that someone has the right to rent before letting them a property. Since 1 December 2014, landlords of properties in Birmingham, Walsall, Sandwell, Dudley and Wolverhampton have had to carry out these checks.
These checks have to be carried out within 28 days of that tenancy starting.
HMRC have set up a collection of guidance to help landlords, homeowners and letting agents carry out correct right to rent checks and avoid civil penalties.
This collection provides information to make sure landlords, homeowners and letting agents carry out the necessary right to rent checks. It includes guidance on acceptable documents.
Advise to Landlords is to make sure you are aware of what is required and that you comply with these requirements because you can be fined up to £3,000 or even face a prison sentence if you fail to do so.
Check that a tenant or lodger can legally rent your residential property
If you’re a tenant, find out how right to rent affects you in our guide to private renting.
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