… and do you need it?
Our legal insurance for landlords can help protect you against unexpected expenses which may arise as a result of letting your property, from nuisance tenants causing damage and rent arrears, to legal and tax disputes and issues with local landlord registration authorities.
The policy also provides access to general legal advice, whether you have an active claim or dispute or not, on tenancy-related or business matters and a specialist UK tax advice helpline.
It’s easy to understand why a comprehensive insurance policy like this can be incredibly useful and reassuring for landlords. While one of the biggest and often most stressful problems landlords face is rent arrears, particularly if the landlord is relying on the rental income to make mortgage payments, there are many other aspects of letting property that may be confusing and all too easy to fall foul of.
We keep things simple with standard levels of cover that give you the reassurance that you will probably have more than enough cover.
Our residential landlord legal insurance can be purchased as a stand-alone policy, or you can add it to a Deacon buildings or buildings & contents policy.
Here are some key benefits of our Landlord Legal & Rent Guarantee cover
- Damage nuisance and trespass
- Repossession of residential property
- Commercial lease disputes
- Recovery of rent arrears
- Holiday home contract disputes
- Wide range of legal, employment and tax disputes
For more information download a copy of our free fact sheet here.
Reviewed: 1 January 2022 (FP1269-2021)
First published: 18 November 2016 (FP909-2020)
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