How can we help?
Large HMOs (House in Multiple Occupation) have historically had to have a licence if certain criteria are met (such as 5 or more individuals comprising 2 or more households residing in the property). However, the requirement to licence properties, even if they are not deemed large licensable HMOs, is becoming more and more common. Indeed, there are certain areas now which are subject to “mandatory licensing” as well as “selective” and “additional” licensing.
If your property requires a property licence, and you have not obtained one, there can be very serious consequences, such as rent repayment orders or banning orders being made against you.
Our services include:
- Providing advice in relation to HMO Disputes
- Assisting you if you become the subject of an application for a banning order/ rent repayment order
Why use us?
With licensing requirements becoming more commonplace, it is easy to fall foul of these. If a landlord finds themselves in breach of these requirements, the ramifications can be very serious, and can cause a lot of distress. Our team of experts are aware of the licensing requirements and the ramifications, and are able to take the stress out of the situation by providing pragmatic advice to anyone who finds themselves with a HMO/ property licensing issue.
Key benefits include:
- A bespoke, friendly, and personalised service
- An experienced, professional, and courteous service
- Free initial consultation
- Honest and straightforward advice
- One point of contact throughout the claim
- Flexible appointments in the office, over the telephone or via online video platforms
- A fixed fee initial advice.
We have a dedicated team who are familiar with the licensing requirements and the potential ramifications for failure to obtain a licence, who will be able to provide practical advice to anyone who finds themselves in breach of such requirements.
All initial enquiries are completely free of charge so please do not hesitate to call us on 0333 202 1132 or complete the form below to discuss your requirements further.
We are able to offer an initial review of documentation and correspondence in relation to the issue at hand and provide an initial advice as to your liability/ options moving forwards.
Make a Free Enquiry
Call us now on 0333 202 1132 or complete our free online enquiry form below for a free, no obligation discussion and let us explain your legal rights and options.