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Tenancy Deposit Schemes

As of 6th April 2012 all new tenancy deposits must be protected in a government-authorised scheme. This new rule applies if the tenancy is an assured shorthold tenancy. The Government wants to make sure tenants’ deposits are protected so that: Most tenancy agreements for self-contained residential property since 1997 are assured shorthold tenancies. With an assured shorthold tenancy, the tenant

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Tenancy Deposit Schemes – Overview

Overview Your landlord must put your deposit in a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) if you rent your home on an assured shorthold tenancy that started after 6 April 2007. In England and Wales your deposit can be registered with: Deposit Protection Service, MyDeposits – including deposits that were held by Capita, Tenancy Deposit Scheme. If you don’t rent your home on an assured

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Tenancy Deposit Schemes – Legal Consequences

If your landlord doesn’t protect your deposit Contact a tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) if you’re not sure whether your deposit has been protected. Deposit Protection ServiceTelephone: 0330 303 0030 MyDepositsTelephone: 0333 321 9401 Tenancy Deposit Schemedeposits@tenancydepositscheme.comTelephone: 0300 037 1000Find out about call charges. Contact MyDeposits if your deposit was held by Capita. Getting your deposit back You can apply to your local

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Tenancy Deposit Schemes – Disputes & Problems

If there’s a dispute over a deposit Your tenancy deposit protection (TDP) scheme offers a free dispute resolution service if you disagree with your landlord about how much deposit should be returned. You don’t have to use the service but if you do, both you and the landlord have to agree to it. You’ll both be asked to provide evidence,

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Tenancy Deposit Schemes – All You Need To Know

This guide is to help both landlords and tenants understand how a deposit protection scheme works. We’ve tried our best to answer the important questions, but if you have more don’t hesitate to get in touch via WhatsApp Support in the bottom right of you screen. What does a tenancy deposit scheme do? The Tenant Fees Act states that a deposit of

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Category: Tenancy Desposit Schemes

Tenancy Deposit Schemes

As of 6th April 2012 all new tenancy deposits must be protected in a government-authorised scheme. This new rule applies if the tenancy is an assured shorthold tenancy. The Government wants to make sure tenants’ deposits are protected so that: Most tenancy agreements for self-contained residential property since 1997 are assured shorthold tenancies. With an assured shorthold tenancy, the tenant

Read More »

Tenancy Deposit Schemes – Overview

Overview Your landlord must put your deposit in a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) if you rent your home on an assured shorthold tenancy that started after 6 April 2007. In England and Wales your deposit can be registered with: Deposit Protection Service, MyDeposits – including deposits that were held by Capita, Tenancy Deposit Scheme. If you don’t rent your home on an assured

Read More »

Tenancy Deposit Schemes – Legal Consequences

If your landlord doesn’t protect your deposit Contact a tenancy deposit scheme (TDP) if you’re not sure whether your deposit has been protected. Deposit Protection ServiceTelephone: 0330 303 0030 MyDepositsTelephone: 0333 321 9401 Tenancy Deposit Schemedeposits@tenancydepositscheme.comTelephone: 0300 037 1000Find out about call charges. Contact MyDeposits if your deposit was held by Capita. Getting your deposit back You can apply to your local

Read More »

Tenancy Deposit Schemes – Disputes & Problems

If there’s a dispute over a deposit Your tenancy deposit protection (TDP) scheme offers a free dispute resolution service if you disagree with your landlord about how much deposit should be returned. You don’t have to use the service but if you do, both you and the landlord have to agree to it. You’ll both be asked to provide evidence,

Read More »

Tenancy Deposit Schemes – All You Need To Know

This guide is to help both landlords and tenants understand how a deposit protection scheme works. We’ve tried our best to answer the important questions, but if you have more don’t hesitate to get in touch via WhatsApp Support in the bottom right of you screen. What does a tenancy deposit scheme do? The Tenant Fees Act states that a deposit of

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