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Landlord Protection UK

Landlord Protection UK

✨ Don't let your landlord take advantage of you. Take back your rights as a tenant now.

As rent prices start to go up again and the housing market goes back to normal, it's more important than ever to understand your rights as a tenant. Landlords will do everything in their power to make money, including keeping your security deposit, avoiding paying for repairs, or evicting you even when it's illegal to do so.

What are my rights as a tenant? (UK)


  • live in a property that’s safe and in a good state of repair

  • have your deposit returned when the tenancy ends - and in some circumstances have your deposit protected

  • challenge excessively high charges

  • and more

How can you solve the problem on your own?

Tenant Responsibility for Repairs (UK)


  • You should give your landlord access to the property to inspect it or carry out repairs. Your landlord has to give you at least 24 hours’ notice and visit at a reasonable time of day, unless it’s an emergency and they need immediate access.

Alternative Options for Disputes (UK)


How Can DoNotPay Help?

And when these things happen, the only solution is to fight back. But starting a dispute with your landlord can be intimidating.

Which is why DoNotPay is here to guide you through it and file your disputes on your behalf. Our Landlord Protection product can help you:

1. Get back your security deposits

  1. Learn about your state's eviction laws and what protections apply in your case

  2. Resolve disputes regarding repairs with your landlord

  3. Resolve disputes with roommates by filing demand letters or going through small claims court

  4. Break your lease early

✅ All you have to do is:

1. Search for and open the Landlord Protection product on DoNotPay

2. Select which issue applies to you

3. Answer a simple set of questions so our chatbot can collect the necessary information to create your demand letter

4. Choose whether you want DoNotPay to send the demand letter to your landlord or roommate on your behalf. If you already tried sending a demand letter and it didn't work, we can help you start the small claims court process.

And that's it! You should hear back from your landlord directly once your demands are sent.