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Landlord Action Scoops Top Supplier at Landlord & Buy-to-Let Awards

A year on from acquiring law firm status as part of their perpetual efforts to raise industry standards, particularly in the field of eviction, Landlord Action has been announced the winner of the Legal Supplier category at the Landlord and Buy-to-Let Awards 2014/2015, held on 26th November 2014.

 

The awards took place at Stoneleigh Park in Coventry and were presented by TV's Ground Force star Tommy Walsh. Winners for the forth time, Landlord Action was praised for its contribution to the industry and its leading stance on many landlord related matters.

 

Having regularly campaigned for landlords’ rights, Landlord Action is well known amongst the industry as a champion for landlords, previously fighting against unfair interest rate rises and criminalising squatting. This, coupled with their pioneering decision to become regulated by the Solicitors Regulation  Authority, helped scoop them this year’s award.

 

Paul Shamplina, Founder of Landlord Action and Property Redress Scheme Advisory Council Member, attended the awards and commented “This really has been an incredibly busy year for Landlord Action. The team has worked extremely hard to adapt to the company changes whilst ensuring we continue to provide an award winning service, and it looks like we have achieved this, so I am extremely proud. We have even more planned for next year, as we evolve our service to meet the ever changing needs of the fast paced buy-to-let industry and further support our network of landlords.” 

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