Has your landlord protected your deposit with a government approved scheme? Have you received prescribed information about the scheme?
If your answer to either of these questions is no you could be entitled to up to THREE times your deposit by way of compensation – even if you have since moved out and have had your deposit returned.
Tenancy deposit legislation states that a landlord who takes a deposit from a tenant must protect that deposit by lodging it with one of the tenancy deposit protection schemes approved by the government within 30 days.
The law also requires the landlord to provide prescribed information about the protection of the deposit to the tenant.
If the landlord fails to do either of the above, he will be liable to the tenant for up to THREE times the value of the deposit.Enquire today
Stephanie Miers can help you by:
- Checking to see whether your deposit has been protected
- Completing all work on a no win no fee basis
- Conducting all correspondence with your landlord, so you don’t have to
- Providing a quick and efficient service
If you’d like a free check to see whether your deposit has been protected or, would like more information about a possible claim, please complete the form. Upon receipt of the information Stephanie will contact you to discuss the next steps.Enquire today