1. If your property is leasehold that any intended letting is permitted by the terms of your lease, that any tenancy is for a period expiring prior to the termination of your lease and that the written permission of your superior landlord and license to sub-underlet have been obtained.
2. If the property to be let is subject to a mortgage, permission has been obtained from the mortgagee for the letting; it is advisable to obtain such permission at an early date prior to the letting. It should be noted that the mortgagee would usually have the power to terminate the letting if mortgage payments are not maintained and other requirements complied with.
3. Authority to let the property is obtained in writing from any joint owner(s) who should be named in the tenancy agreement.
4. Any necessary Licenses to rent out your property are obtained from the local authority where applicable.