Receipt for Deposit (Reservation Fee)

If taking a deposit prior to tenancy commencing, this document ensures the deposit is a “reservation fee” until the tenancy agreement is signed. Only when the tenancy is signed does the deposit then need protecting

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Product Code: F010 – Last updated November 2014 (see below for changes)

If taking a deposit prior to tenancy commencing, this document ensures the deposit is a “reservation fee” until the tenancy agreement is signed.

Once a tenancy has been granted, the reservation fee becomes a “deposit in connection with a tenancy” and only then needs protecting.

This document is in PDF format and can be completed on screen before printing. It is also suitable for online e-signature apps.

Version history

### Current version

11/14 – Amended wording of agreement regarding if tenancy granted, becomes tenancy in connection with a tenancy.

### Previous versions

07/14 – Added wording to make it more compatible with The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013. Also added a new administration fee field where a fee can be entered so as to effectively split the reservation fee between a deposit to hold the property and an admin fee. See the wording at the bottom of the document for details.

04/12 – Added to this system

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