Meanwhile a software company has launched tools to “help landlords, tenants, owners and property entrepreneurs create legal documents without the need to consult costly human lawyers.” Robot Lawyer LISA’s new services allow users to create residential leases and tenancy agreements “saving potentially thousands of pounds in legal costs.”Originally published on Estate Agent Today on 7 November 2017. Click here to read more.
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