Ending a tenancy, the legislation: understanding notice grounds and getting the paperwork right
When ending a tenancy, there are a number of legal considerations to take into account. Whether you have a PRT or an SAT you need to be aware of the best way to serve notice and end a tenancy. There are a number of ways a tenancy can come to an end, this webinar is designed to keep you informed of the legislation behind each way.
This is an essential webinar for all those involved in serving notices for both Private Residential Tenancies (PRT) and Short Assured Tenancies (SAT), to ensure that landlords have the knowledge needed to successfully complete and serve the correct notice.
- Understanding the grounds for repossession of Private Residential and Short Assured Tenancies
- Getting the timing right
- Completing and serving notices for both PRT and SAT
Who is this webinar for: Landlords and letting agents
Course tutor: Gail Bowden, LAS Tutor, Landlord Accreditation Scotland
Why choose a webinar?
LAS deliver webinars to ensure that no matter where you are in the country you can access the information you need. We provide you with the same essential information you would receive if we were presenting the training face to face. You won’t be on camera, but you can ask as many questions as you wish during the session and we will answer as many as we can.
Our Partners and Sponsorship
Our local authority partnerships allow Landlord Accreditation Scotland to connect with landlords across the country. By working in partnership with Landlord Accreditation Scotland, local authorities commit to providing support and training in their area allowing landlords to see that our partner local authorities recognise the important role of the landlords and the private rented sector.
We will also seek sponsorship from relevant companies. By attracting sponsorship we can continue to develop training and information sessions to provide essential updates and support for landlords and letting agents operating in Scotland.
- Accredited Letting Agent £30.00 incl. VAT
- Accredited Landlord £30.00 incl. VAT
- SAL Landlord Member £36.00 incl. VAT
- CLA Letting Agent Member £36.00 incl. VAT
- £72.00 incl. VAT
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- Account number: 00732264
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How our pricing works
LAS accredited landlords and letting agents benefit from the best available prices for all training types provided by LAS.
Landlord and letting agent members of our sister organisation Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) are offered discounted rates as a benefit of their SAL membership. Letting agent members of SAL are represented through the Council of Letting Agents (CLA) membership plan.
LAS welcomes everyone in the sector to our training programmes and if you are not yet accredited or a member of SAL you can still book a training session at our full training rate, but why not speak to us about becoming accredited now.
LAS Accredited Landlords and Letting Agents:
Best price available for all types of training
SAL and CLA Members:
Everybody else in the sector:
All prices advertised include VAT at the rate of 20%.