Renting from a private landlord

Find out about your rights if you rent your home from a private landlord or letting agency.

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Abbeyfield UK Residents Handbook

Everything you need to know about living in an Abbeyfield house should be contained in your residents handbook. Your handbook is a guide to the rights, responsibilities and services you have as a resident. The handbook gives you information about your house and the community it is part of.

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Your Rights at Work A guide for people of working age

This guide covers information on employment rights and retirement, and information on how health issues and caring responsibilities can affect your employment. While it is written for employees, it also contains information relevant to agency and casual workers and those who are self-employed.

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Your rights as a council tenant The council tenants charter

This describes the rights and responsibilities of a council tenant, how people can move home, buy their home, and how tenants can become involved in improving the quality of the service for tenants

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Rights for council and housing association tenants

Basic information about the rights of council and housing association tenants, including security of tenure, re-possession, improvements, repairs, complaints

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Veterans rights for former servicemen and women and their families

Financial help, pensions, compensation, help with housing for people who have served in the armed forces and their dependents

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A charter for housing association applicants and residents

This sets out what applicants and residents can expect from their housing association landlords, and what to do if the housing association doesn’t appear to be honoring the Charter. It applies to applicants, tenants, leaseholders, shared owners or licensee of a housing association as well as residents of homes managed by housing associations. The associations […]

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Community Care your legal rights

Information for people who are finding it difficult to manage daily living due to care needs. It explains the rights to care, and covers care at home. Moving to a care home or nursing home, and what to do if there is a problem getting the care that is needed.

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