(1) A letting agent must, in accordance with this section, publicise details of the agent's relevant fees.
(2) The agent must display a list of the fees—
(a) at each of the agent's premises at which the agent deals face-to-face with persons using or proposing to use services to which the fees relate, and
(b) at a place in each of those premises at which the list is likely to be seen by such persons.
(3) The agent must publish a list of the fees on the agent's website (if it has a website).
[(3A) Subsection (3C) applies to an agent who—
(a) is carrying on letting agency work in relation to a dwelling-house in England, and
(b) advertises the dwelling-house on a third party website as a dwelling-house which a landlord is seeking to let on a tenancy.
(3B) Subsection (3C) also applies to an agent who, on a third party website, advertises letting age
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