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DaveB said: Posted on: 03/04/2018 11:38

I am a landlord with 5 properties, all in my own name and all fully managed by letting agents.

Having reviewed the GDPR requirements I was still unclear as to how far the GDPR requirements would apply to me, as the only tenant information I receive is that detailed in the tenancy agreements, but this does include names, emails and mobile numbers which is covered by the GDPR.

The advice I received from a call to the ICO small organisation helpline is as follows.

1) I do not need to register as I am neither a data controller nor a data processor.
2) I should ensure that:-
a) my letting agents are registered
b) that the letting agents inform the tenants that copies of the tenancy agreements
will be sent to the landlord.

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