Your PPS No is required to register your tenancy with the Residential Tenancies Board
References from previous landlords
Current employer reference
Photo I.D. such as a driving licence or passport
Evidence of residency
A recent bank statements
Important to Know
Data protection legislation states that any information stored should be adequate, relevant, and not excessive for the specific purpose for which it has been collected. This is to ensure the information cannot be misused or altered.
Below are six important rights of the tenant. It is important to have a proper understanding of what your rights are before renting a property. A full list of rights can be found at citizensinformation.ie.
You are entitled to certain minimum standards of accommodation
You have the right to contact the landlord or their agent at any reasonable times.
You are entitled to be reimbursed for any repairs that you carry out that are the landlord’s responsibility
You are entitled to a certain amount of notice of the termination of your tenancy
You are entitled to at least 90 days’ notice if your landlord wants to review the rent, and there are rules about how often they can do this
You are entitled to refer any disputes to the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) without being penalised for doing so