Some tenants are still unaware that since the 6 April 2007 landlords have been under a legal obligation to protect tenancy deposits in a government approved scheme and to give the tenant certain information relating to that protection within 30 days of receipt of the deposit.
Failing to do this will enable the tenant to make an application to Court for the return of the deposit paid plus up to 3 times the deposit amount.
Here at Setfords we can assist tenants who have not had their deposits protected in accordance with the law to win the compensation to which they might be entitled.
BENEFITS OF INSTRUCTING US:
- A quick and effective service received from an expert lawyer
- The opportunity to receive compensation of up to 3 times the deposit amount and the return of your deposit
- Transparency in costs with fixed fees or damages based agreements tailored to your financial circumstances
FREE TELEPHONE CONSULTATION:
If you would like to know whether you may be entitled to compensation from your landlord, or former landlord, for failing to comply with the tenancy deposit requirements, then why not call one of our expert lawyers for advice today?
We can discuss the legal position and if you decide to proceed with an instruction a dedicated lawyer will be allocated to your case. They will assist you with making contact with your landlord, or former landlord, and where necessary represent you in the county court proceedings.
For your free initial telephone consultation please call Dambudzo on 02382 148 341 or get in touch using the form below.Enquire today