Anti-social behaviour (ASB) can be one of the most difficult issues that a landlord faces when managing rental property. Not only is it stressful, but landlords can often feel powerless especially when it's low level ASB such as smoking cannabis or noise nuisance. On the opposite side of the coin, higher level anti-social behaviour such as harassment, abuse or using the property for illicit purposes can destroy lives and livelihoods.
This course explains the law on an emotive topic and allows delegates to share their experiences. It covers the importance of prevention and what to do if you find yourself having to manage ASB.
Landlords, Agents and Property Managers
- How to identify ASB including legal definitions and the law
- How to prevent ASB by sound referencing, a strong tenancy agreement and anticipating problems
- Non-legal remedies for dealing with ASB including negotiation, mediation and gathering evidence
- Support available to victims
- Legal Remedies for dealing with ASB including S21, S8 grounds 14 and 7a and Injunctions to Prevent Nuisance and Annoyance (IPNAs)
This course includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Parking and public transport instructions will be provided in your confirmation email once you have booked the course.
19th September 2019
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12th November 2019
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Continuous Professional Development
Remember that Continuous Professional Development points (CPD) apply to RLA courses. You can also get CPD points for being a member of the Residential Landlords Association.
We are currently planning additional dates for this course. If you would like to be informed when these are arranged, please click here.
Residential Landlords Association Accreditation Scheme
This course is worth 3 basic CPD points with the Residential Landlords Association Accreditation Scheme
RLAAS is a national scheme who aim to encourage, acknowledge and actively promote good standards and management practice by owners and to assist owners and tenants to undertake their respective responsibilities to each other.
RLAAS is open to all landlords who operate in the private sector, and accreditation is FREE. Members of RLAAS also receive a discount when enroling for a course operated by the Residential Landlord's Association.
To find out more, and what RLAAS means to landlords and tenants across the country, visit the RLAAS website.