Tenancy Deposit Scheme Disputes

If your landlord has failed to comply with the Tenancy Deposit Scheme process, you may be entitled to compensation of up to x3 the value of your deposit!

The Housing Act 2004 requires your landlord to place your deposit into one of three authorised tenancy deposit protection schemes:

  • Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS)
  • Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS)
  • My Deposits

The intention of these government-backed schemes is to ensure your deposit is protected throughout your tenancy.

Your landlord must let you know which scheme they have put your deposit in within 30 days of receiving it from you.

We are experts in property law matters and have an extensive history of dealing with landlord & tenant disputes.

We work on the basis of taking a share any payment you receive from your landlord.  We will never ask you for a payment up front.  We only get paid if we succeed in obtaining a payment from your landlord, either through settlement or Tribunal award.

Let us assess, on a no cost/obligation basis, whether you have a claim against your landlord.

We’ll conduct a no cost/obligation assessment and contact you if we consider you have a valid claim. Simply complete the short form and providing us with a copy of your tenancy agreement if the following is true:

  • Do you have a tenancy agreement? [Yes]
  • Did you pay a deposit? [Yes]
  • Was the deposit put into a scheme? [Yes]
  • Was that done within 30 days of the deposit being sent to the landlord? [No]
  • If the above is true, then we believe that you could be entitled to compensation. Please fill out this short form with a copy of your tenancy agreement and we will get back to you:

Info to get from prospective clients:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Name and address of landlord
  • Tenancy agreement
  • Contact information (telephone number and email address)

If your answers to the bullet points above are false, and still believe you may have a case, please get in touch!

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