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KEYWORD "deposit dispute" - 57 RESULTS
Tenant or Landlord? Who is responsible for garden maintenance?

A study by the Tenancy Deposit Service has found that garden maintenance remains one of the most common reasons behind deposit...

04 April 2022

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Deposit Disputes - free webinars for landlords on how to avoid them

The Deposit Protection Service is hosting two webinars this Spring to help landlords and letting agents reduce the chances of deposit...

17 March 2022

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New dispute resolution service for private rental sector

Trading Standards has approved a new alternative dispute resolution body for the private rental sector. It’s The Dispute Service Ltd, and it...

07 March 2022

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How can you protect your tenancy deposit: TDS' top 10 Tips for landlords to pass on to tenants

Nobody wants to have to end a tenancy with deductions from a tenancy deposit! Here we share our expert tips for landlords to pass...

17 February 2022

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Combative agent hits out at landlords over property condition

A lettings agent who also acts on behalf of tenants against landlords claims to have received 1,000 enquiries from frustrated private...

26 January 2022

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Arrears not a significant cause of despite disputes - TDS

Yet again the issue of cleaning has been identified as the single largest cause of end-of-tenancy disputes leading to deposits being...

06 September 2021

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Top tips for landlords to avoid garden disputes with tenants

Gardens have always been a mixed blessing for landlords - currently they’re popular with tenants but there is the problem of...

05 August 2021

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Revealed - how many tenants get 100% deposit back after a dispute

New figures show that in England and Wales, 69 per cent of disputed deposits are split between the landlord and tenant,...

24 June 2021

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Why are tenancy disputes still happening?

Fixflo has another of its webinars coming up in just under a fortnight’s time, at 11am on May 27, with this...

14 May 2021

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How to navigate the deposit dispute maze - tips from the experts

The Deposit Protection Service has given its six top tips for landlords and tenants to navigate the deposit dispute maze. Here they...

17 February 2021

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Have you sent taps through the post to prove your tenants wrong?

A tenancy deposit service has listed the unexpected items it receives from landlords or tenants during deposit disputes - and it seems...

16 February 2021

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Advice for landlords on how to reduce deposit dispute risk

Newly released data shows precisely what subjects lead to deposit disputes - and a long-standing issue is in the number one...

02 February 2021

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Do you know your Wear and Tear from your Residual Lifespan?

An online quiz with 4,000 landlord participants suggests that landlords are well informed - they scored an average 70 per cent...

03 December 2020

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Deposit Disputes - guess the number one cause of disagreement...

There’s been a modest increase in deposit protections across England and Wales in the past year. Data from the Tenancy Deposit Service...

13 November 2020

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What aspects of the home are causing concern when it comes to cleaning?

Cleaning is often identified as the most common cause of a tenancy deposit dispute in the private rented property sector.  Figures provided...

30 January 2020

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Poor communication is the biggest cause of deposit disputes

A lack of communication when withholding a deposit is the most common cause for deposit disputes between landlords and tenants, according...

10 January 2020

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Renters could save money by removing ‘unnecessary burden’ of rental deposits

When renting a property out, landlords and letting recognise that it is important to take a deposit from the tenant and...

30 December 2019

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Landlords in Aberdeen offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

Following on from the success of recent training events in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness, designed to help landlords better manage tenancy deposits...

31 October 2019

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Landlords in Glasgow offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With 543 disputes having arisen between landlords and tenants in the Glasgow postcode area in the last 12 months, SafeDeposits Scotland,...

15 October 2019

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Four things you need to know when starting a new tenancy

Did you know that preparing for a deposit dispute starts at the beginning of a tenancy? When tenants and landlords disagree about...

26 September 2019

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Landlords in Edinburgh offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With 490 disputes having arisen between landlords and tenants in the Edinburgh area in the last 12 months, SafeDeposits Scotland, which...

26 September 2019

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Landlords in Inverness offered free tenancy deposits and disputes training

With the latest research showing that 50 disputes have arisen between landlords and tenants in the Inverness area in the last 12...

20 September 2019

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It is good practice to have a well prepared inventory to ensure a risk-free tenancy

The government’s decision to cap tenancy deposits at no more than five weeks’ rent where the annual rent is up to...

01 August 2019

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BTL landlords must ‘not underestimate the importance of a thorough inventory’

It is good practice to have a detailed and accurate inventory completed at the start of the tenancy, and again when...

27 March 2019

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New deposit protection training courses for landlords in Scotland

Landlords in Scotland are being offered an opportunity to attend new tenancy deposit adjudication workshops designed to offer training in tenancy...

06 March 2019

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Deposit-free renting to be discussed on Radio 4 at 12.15pm today

Deposit-free renting will be a subject of discussion on the ‘You and Yours’ consumer affairs programme to be broadcast today on BBC...

31 January 2019

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Good news for landlords in NI as less than 1% of tenancies end with deposit dispute

Less than 1% of private tenancies in Northern Ireland ended in a dispute over the deposit in the 12 months to...

19 December 2018

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Less than 1% of tenancies end in a deposit dispute

Just 0.85% of all tenancies ended in a dispute over the tenancy deposit in the 12 months to March 2018, according...

23 November 2018

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Landlords invited to TDS adjudication training session in London

Tenant deposit protection scheme, TDS, will be hosting a half-day workshop in London in February, designed to give landlords and property...

23 November 2018

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Student landlords forced to deduct money from tenants’ deposits

Almost a quarter of students lost part of their rental deposit when they left their accommodation at the end of the...

04 October 2018

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Cleaning is still the biggest cause of deposit disputes

Cleaning has once again been identified as the most common cause of a tenancy deposit dispute in the private rented property...

06 September 2018

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AIIC continue to push for mandatory independent inventories

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) remains hopeful that independent inventory reporting will become a compulsory requirement. The AIIC, the UK’s...

27 July 2018

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Tenant fined for damaging landlord’s car after tenancy deposit dispute

An angry tenant who damaged his landlord’s car following a tenancy deposit dispute has been ordered to pay £1,351 repairs. Nottingham Magistrates'...

15 June 2018

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New deposit protection training for landlords in Norwich

Landlords in Norwich are being offered an opportunity to attend a couple of workshops designed to give landlords and property professionals...

22 January 2018

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InventoryBase supporting mandatory landlord inventories

InventoryBase has announced that it is supporting the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) in their bid for mandatory inventories for...

21 November 2017

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Many renters will ‘end up worse off’ unless the law is changed

The government’s proposal to cap tenancy deposits to six weeks’ rent will save many tenants money, given that a number of...

15 November 2017

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Cleaning remains the number one cause of deposit disputes

When renting out a property, most landlords opt to take a deposit from the tenant before the tenancy starts. The deposit...

09 November 2017

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Landlords and letting agents urged to sign mandatory inventories petition

A new petition has been launched calling for independent inventory reporting to become a compulsory requirement. The petition, which has been created...

02 November 2017

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Over £4.1bn in rental deposits ‘being lost to the British economy’

dLighted, the insurance backed deposit-free renting solution, is once again trying to persuade more landlords and tenants to use its service...

27 October 2017

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Cleaning is the main cause for deposit disputes between landlords and tenants

The most common cause of a tenancy deposit dispute in the private rented property sector is cleaning, while disputes over rent...

30 March 2017

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Landlords urged to allow tenants to personalise their rental properties

Landlords should be more open-minded to tenants’ requests to make home improvements to their rental properties, according to the Association of...

23 March 2017

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More work needed to reduce tenancy deposit disputes

Considerably more must be done to help reduce the number of tenancy deposit disputes, despite the recent improvements recorded in the...

21 October 2016

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The art of negotiating with your tenant

If you plan to make any deductions to your tenant’s deposit then sitting down with them, face-to-face and explaining your reasons...

05 October 2016

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Tenancy deposit disputes at a record high

Tenancy deposit disputes are at their highest level since records began in 2007, new figures from the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS)...

27 September 2016

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Calculating correct compensation charges ‘the holy grail of letting’

Compensation charges at the end of tenancies can be very contentious and as a result, lead to deposit disputes, especially when...

09 September 2016

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Cleaning remains a big problem for landlords

Landlords are increasingly faced with dirty properties at the check-out stage of a tenancy and this has led to cleaning now...

30 August 2016

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Lifting the Lid on Deposit Disputes

Our latest infographic shows figures of how the majority of deposits are repaid at the end of tenancy and goes into...

05 August 2016

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Deposit deductions – What you can and can’t claim for

When renting out a property, most landlords choose to take a deposit from their tenant prior to the tenancy starting. The...

29 July 2016

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What to consider when calculating 'fair wear and tear'

For a long time, fair wear and tear has been a grey area for landlords and letting agents alike; this is...

15 July 2016

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One in five renters don’t expect full deposit back

Nearly 20% of renters say that when they hand over their deposit cheque, they never expect to see all the money...

11 March 2016

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In-house versus third party inventories

The latest TDS stats show that there has been a steep 25% rise in tenancy deposit disputes, with one-third of agents...

10 March 2016

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Students twice as likely to lose part of tenancy deposits

Student tenants are almost twice as likely as other tenants to lose part of their deposit, according to the Deposit Protection...

23 September 2015

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Tenancy deposit protection scheme to launch in Jersey

Tenancy deposit protection scheme mydeposits is to launch in Jersey after the organisation signed contracts with the Jersey Government last week. The...

21 September 2015

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AIIC: Landlords must encourage tenants to attend check-out

The UK's landlords must encourage their tenants to attend a check-out at the end of a tenancy. This is the call from...

27 August 2015

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AIIC: Landlords must encourage tenants to attend check-out

The UK's landlords must encourage their tenants to attend a check-out at the end of a tenancy. This is the call from...

27 August 2015

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Communication key to deposit disputes

Recent research from tenancy deposit protection scheme My Deposits has highlighted the importance of good communication between landlords and tenants at...

13 August 2015

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Tenants urged to double check inventories at check out

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) is warning that tenants could lose thousands of pounds due to items that have...

15 July 2015

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