Residential property: Summary of the letting market, review of tenancy contracts, identification of the various deposit schemes and other regulations (EPCs), landlord and tenant obligations, grounds for possession and which to use, conditions of engagement, administration and office procedures, knowledge and understanding of the legal duties of an agent and and RICS rules and regulations including those relating to clients’ money.
Commercial property: Landlord and tenant relationship, impact of statute on the management of the landlord and tenant relationship, monitoring and managing tenant breach of covenant, references to the codes of practice, introduction to services charges, insurance and office management.
On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:
- Examine the role of the managing agent in protecting and enhancing the value of a client’s property...
- Identify the role and responsibilities of the property manager in relation to the client, the tenant, professional standards, and third parties, including health and safety.
- Identify the various legal remedies available in managing tenant breach of covenant for residential and commercial property
- Terminate, and/or, renew leases and tenancy agreements in the residential and commercial property sectors.
|Examination||Seen open-note exam||70%|
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