Landlord Documents

Landlord Documents

Why do we provide this service?

Being a landlord can be stressful, and at times it can feel like a full-time job. between screening prospective tenants, gathering all the prescribed information and maintaining your rental properties, not much time gets left over to deal with all the paperwork. With over 300 rules and regulations governing property rental that vary from county to county, having the right paperwork is extremely important.

We at Eastern Landlords Association understand how difficult managing all this can be – so we have collated a comprehensive set of Landlord Documents all in one place, making it as easy as possible for you.

Our collection of landlord documents

From rent demand letters, section 13 notices, section 48 notices and application forms, we have all the necessary and up-to-date landlord documents that you will need.

Rent demand letters must be worded carefully to comply with regulations surrounding rent arrears. This can help you avoid further problems down the line should you need to go to court.


The Housing Act 1988 provides the ability for Landlords to increase the rent charged for a property after an initial fixed period has expired – not during the term of a fixed tenancy. We can provide you with the required Section 13 Notice to Increase Rent document to fulfil this requirement correctly.

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 states that Landlords must give tenants an address at which they can serve notices. This is particularly important where you have purchased a property with a tenant in situ, as without providing your tenant this information you will be unable to enforce any claims through the courts. This requires a Section 48 notice which we can provide to you.

Should you wish to regain possession of your property, we can provide you with the necessary Section 8 or Section 21 notice, depending on the reason/s for ending the tenancy.

If you can’t find the landlord document you require, or you would like further advice, our experienced staff can be contacted for advice Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm via phone or email.

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