Landlords Don’t Want To Pay For Rental Property Damage

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Landlords Forced To Fight For Rental Property Damage Claims  Determining fair wear and tear in rental property is probably one of the most difficult and misunderstood areas of renting in the UK’s private rented sector (PRS) as letting agents and landlords may have different views to tenants regarding what are allowable deductions to be made [...]

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Landlords Can Avoid Tenancy Deposit Disputes

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tenancy Deposit Disputes Can Be Avoided With Tenant Liability Insurance The Dispute Service, who are the operators of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) in England and Wales, claim that tenancy deposit disputes between landlords and tenants increased to almost 9,500 over the course of the year and that on average, the amount in dispute under [...]

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Letting agent wound up for failing to follow rules

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The case of a letting agency wound up for failing to protect rents and deposits shows how important it is for landlords to follow the rules. The Leamington agency, Telmark Properties, formerly Smarter Housing was wound up by the High Court for repeatedly breaching agreements with both landlords and tenants and failing to deal properly [...]

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Changes to Tenancy Deposit Scheme

Monday, March 28, 2011

Latest Landlord News by: Madalena Penny Changes to the Tenancy Deposit Scheme will come into effect as from April 6th 2011, giving less time for landlords to lodge a claim for dispute. The TDS, which was introduced in England & Wales in April 2007, will now only allow 3 months for landlords to lodge a [...]

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