Right to rent checks

We must check the immigration status of anyone aged 18 or over who’ll be living in the property before a tenancy is agreed. This is known as a ‘right to rent check’. We can ask to see a tenant’s passport or other official documents that prove their immigration status. We are required to take copies of the documents and keep them safe.

If a tenant fails a right to rent check or does not provide us with the necessary evidence required to complete the check, we can retain their holding deposit. We will explain to the tenant in writing that we are retaining their holding deposit because they have failed a right to rent check.

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