Are you panicking?
Then this book is for you!
Getting a County Court summons through the post can be traumatic
What can you do? The temptation to put your head in the sand and just hope it will go away may be irresistable. But that is the worst thing you can do.
The court proceedings won’t go away, and you may end up homeless.
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You need to take action NOW!
If you have no idea what to do – this Your Law Store emergency first aid kit will guide you through all the things you need to do.
For example it will:
- tell you the different types of possession claim there are and help you work out which one you are facing
- help you work out the type of tenancy agreement you have (which will affect your tenants rights)
- give detailed guidance on the defences available
- help you work out whether any of these will apply to you
There is then a whole section on defences, giving basic advice on completing the defence form in the proper way.
Getting further help
This guide provides preliminary help. Sometimes this will be enough and you will be able to deal with things just by following the advice given.
However some cases will be more complex and you will need to get professional legal help.
This first aid kit will help you work out whether you need legal assistance or not and gives guidance on how to find suitable help. Not all advisors will be qualified to give you proper advice so you need to be careful.
The book ends with an information checklist which you can use to record your findings about your tenancy and repossession claim. If you do need to take advice, a completed copy of this form will be very helpful to your advisor.
This book was written to help people save their homes
If you use it correctly and follow the advice given, you may be able to save YOUR home.
However not all homes can be saved. If this is the case in your situation, it is best that you know this so you can start looking for somewhere else to live before the bailiffs come round. It will also help you buy some time, if you need this.
But is this kit reliable?
It should be! It has been written by landlord & tenant lawyer Tessa Shepperson. Tessa has specialised in landlord and tenant law and eviction work for over 20 years and knows what she is talking about. She is also able to write clearly and in plain English so you can understand and follow the advice.
But don’t take our word for it! Read it for yourself!
Then if you buy it and find it cannot help you, there is our ‘no quibble’ moneyback guarantee – just contact us within 14 days giving your reasons and we will refund your money.
This book will be enormously helpful to you. It will give you all you need to give preliminary advice to your clients. It will be particuarly useful for advisors who advise on a wide range of consumer problems and have not had any special training in housing law.
The checklist at the end will also be a helpful format for you to record your clients information – in fact why not give them a copy of it and ask them to complete it (as much as they can) before their appointment?
The guide will also help you understand the basics of housing law, to enable you to explain this to your clients and help them in their time of need.
If you buy it, you won’t be sent a physical book through the post. The kit is an electronic ebook which is downloaded to your computer.
However this means that you can have it NOW! No waiting days for delivery.
You will also be able to read it on your iPad, Kindle (if it supports pdfs) or other ebook reader.
So how much does it cost – and whats the offer?
The price is £14. But if you want to get the Novice Guide for Court Hearings at the same time, you can get them both for £17
Lead me to it …
|Emergency First Aid Kit for tenants faced with repossession
|Bundle deal: Emergency First Aid Kit for tenants faced with repossession PLUSthe Novice Guide to Court Hearings
Your book will be delivered in PDF, MOBI (Kindle) and ePUB format.
PS Don’t forget, you can read the introduction and part 1 by downloading it from >> here, to see if you like it.