By way of a brief re-cap, Section 213 of the Housing Act 2004 provides: A Landlord must register a tenant’s deposit with an approved Tenancy Deposit Scheme within 30 days of receiving it; and That Landlord must also provide the tenant with information about their deposit – being specific information prescribed by The Housing (Tenancy [...]
Comment and advice on the latest legal issues, and answers to some of the questions we are often asked…Archive | Tenancy Deposit Disputes
Our recent article explained how the existing law in relation to tenants’ deposits changed as of 6 April 2012. One of those changes was that, if a Landlord fails to register a tenant’s deposit, or provide the tenant with prescribed information about their deposit, within 30 days of receipt, a Court may order the Landlord [...]
The Localism Act 2011 has introduced changes to the tenancy deposit procedure that all Landlords need to be aware of in respect of taking deposits from their tenants. Under the old procedure, Landlords had a period of 14 days to protect a tenant’s deposit via an approved Tenancy Deposit Scheme and then provide the tenant [...]
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