- December 7, 2016
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
This course is designed to give practical advice and guidance to landlords and letting agency staff in putting together a clear and concise inventory document, that will be detailed enough to be of real use at the end of a tenancy, should a dispute arise with a tenant regarding return of a deposit. It is also essential in aiding all landlords of private rented accommodation to comply with the Repairing Standard 2007.
In the minority of cases that do go on to require adjudication an inventory is essential evidence for a landlord. With this in mind, the course includes a presentation from an adjudicator with the Letting Protection Service Scotland, detailing the process of disputes through the eyes of the adjudicator.
You may have produced an inventory some time ago and are looking to ensure that your next document is as good as it can be, or have never produced an inventory before but now feel that you would be better protected by doing so. Either way, this course will be relevant.
Course tutors: Elspeth Boyle, Director, Landlord Accreditation Scotland and Letting Protection Service Scotland
- Inventory preparation and writing
- Industry best practice
- Routine visits/inspections
- The check-in and check-out process
- Tenancy deposit scheme evaluation process
Registering for a course
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If you cannot select the number of delegate places you require, the course may be full. Please contact the LAS office on 0131 553 2211.
Cost per delegate
If paying by BACS please use the following information:
Royal Bank of Scotland. Sort Code 83-24-18. Account No 00732264. Please use reference 71216EL