Landlords have an obligation to pay deposits received from tenants into a deposit protection scheme – that’s the law.
Every landlord/letting agent who takes a deposit from a tenant must protect that deposit by lodging it with one of the three tenancy deposit schemes – that’s what the law says. This protection is intended to prevent Landlords using monies as income. The schemes also make it easier to obtain your deposit at the end of your shorthold tenancy.
If you can answer yes to the following questions you maybe entitled to compensation 1 to 3 times the amount of the deposit paid!
Our friendly Tenancy Deposit Team can help clients enforce Tenants rights against landlords and obtain rightful compensation from landlords who have failed to comply with their obligations.
Our easy to follow infographic [below] will guide you through the correct process your landlord should have followed after receiving payment of the shorthold tenancy deposit.
To find out whether you are entitled to compensation, call us today for a FREE initial assessment of your case 0333 009 5256 or complete our initial contact form here
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Following our FREE assessment we will advise you whether, in our opinion you have a valid claim. If so, providing you decide to instruct us, we will begin working on your case.
No Win No Fee Agreements are available. No fees are required upfront, as we deduct from any eventual compensation recovered on your behalf from the landlord, at the conclusion of your claim.
Is it possible that the current Government may seek to legislate shortly in an attempt to limit Landlords liability for failing to comply with their obligations and consequential compensation.
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