The best way to do this really depends on why you want to know the address. If it`s because you want to take legal action, use s48. If a tenant requests in writing the name and address of the landlord from the landlord`s agent or the one collecting the rent, the person must provide the information in writing within 21 days, if the tenant is a business, the registered office must in turn be indicated as the address of the company. I also gladly add the company registration number – you can usually find both at Companies House. You and your landlord may have made arrangements on the lease, which will be part of the lease agreement as long as they are not against the law. You and your landlord have the rights and obligations that are prescribed by law. The rental agreement can give you and your landlord more than your legal rights, but no less than your legal rights. If a provision of the rental agreement imposes on you or your landlord less than your legal rights, that provision cannot be enforced. This is actually the „owner who lives in Brazil“ situation that the section focuses on, since the tenant must be somewhere in England and Wales to serve the legal proceedings, otherwise he cannot sue the landlord. In case of an emergency in which you need to contact your landlord quickly but cannot do so, go to the website of the GOV.UK. From there, you should receive contact information from your local authority, which will be able to cope with the emergency, and then take steps to find out who your landlord is.

If you use this option, all repairs to be made as a result of the emergency will be charged to your landlord. s48 Address MUST be the personal area of the owner, the country direct contact address. More details, just the address. If the property suffers from some kind of forfeiture (most likely if the owner avoids revealing their name and address), a complaint to the Environmental Health Officer (or Private Sector Housing) should lead to an HHSRS property inspection. I recalled that the reference to a residential address appeared in a comment at the bottom of the page in the Sweet & Maxwell Encyclopedia of Housing Law in the ETA. Tessa may have access. S47 has always had to be the owner`s address, but it simply doesn`t apply to housing rentals. For this purpose, additional payments are not treated as lease receivables, because as Tessa said, residential rent is automatically required. At S47, it`s all about requests for estate prices and service fees. The first is that landlords should remember that if the tenant requests details of the landlord`s address in writing (in accordance with section 1 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985), the landlord must also respond in writing within 21 days indicating their residential address. Failure to do so would be a crime.

You can browse the cadastre which can list the name and address of your landlord. You have to pay a small fee for this information. Thank you for referring to the s7 PFEA77, but this is again a crime that can be difficult for tenants to enforce.