This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Protect / Unprotect a Deposit

What is a relevant person?

“relevant person” means any person who, in accordance with arrangements
made with the tenant, paid the deposit on behalf of the tenant. [s213(10) HA 2004].

The DPS call a relevant person a “third party” in their scheme rules.

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