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Right to rent

miServices carries out right to rent checks on your behalf, ensuring that you remain compliant with the legal requirements of verifying the immigration status of potential tenants. Our dedicated team meticulously examines the provided documentation, confirming the eligibility of individuals to reside in the country. We prioritize accuracy and thoroughness in our verification process, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to focus on other crucial aspects of property management. By entrusting us with this responsibility, you streamline your operations and minimize the risk of inadvertently breaching regulatory standards.

What you get from Mobile Inventory Services

Detailed reports

Fully comprehensive inventory, check-in, check-out and mid-term reports using industry leading inventory software.

Nationwide coverage

miServices has a large nationwide network of AIP (Association of Inventory Professionals) Certified clerks at your disposal.

Seamless delivery

Documents are created and sent using cloudbased inventory software to you. You can then send directly to tenant digitaly for signing.

Centralised booking

Our team takes care of your bookings so you don’t have to, saving you time and stress in the process.

What are right to rent checks for?

Right to Rent checks are a crucial aspect of property management and rental procedures, primarily established to ensure compliance with immigration laws and regulations. These checks serve as a means for landlords or property managers to confirm that prospective tenants have the legal right to reside in the country where the property is located. The purpose is to prevent individuals without the appropriate immigration status from renting properties, promoting a lawful and transparent rental process.

By conducting Right to Rent checks, landlords and property managers are fulfilling their legal obligations and contributing to national efforts to combat illegal immigration. These checks aid in maintaining the integrity of the rental market and assist authorities in monitoring and managing immigration effectively. It's a measure designed to strike a balance between providing housing opportunities to those with legal rights and upholding the rule of law within a country.

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