Sue Leschen, a qualified solicitor (non-practising), legal and commercial French interpreter and translator, and independent CPD trainer.
She actively supports and believes in the need for professionally qualified, experienced and security vetted interpreters and translators. She also has a special interest in professional conduct and ethics for interpreters and translators and writes and lectures (both in person and by webinar) on this subject.
Terminology issues: Tenancy Agreements / Contracts and their terms and conditions / Resident / non resident Landlords / Landlord’s Agent;Tenant/ Co tenants/ Sub tenants / Tenant’s “visitors”/ Lodgers/ Boarders/ Occupiers/ Squatters; Premises forming the subject of the tenancy agreement/ Exclusive possession; Deposit/ Rent/Rent in advance/ Guarantor/ Rent arrears/ Housing Benefit; Council Tax / Council Tax Benefit/ Service Charge/ Ground rent / Insurance for personal possessions/ contents and or structure. Term or duration of tenancy; fixed term/ assured shorthold tenancies; periodic tenancy; licence to occupy; furnished or unfurnished let; holiday lets; Repairs/ improvements to properties.
For further information, contact Sue Leschen on se.leschen(at)ntlworld.com.