Court Orders and Tenancy Deposit Schemes

A landlord may obtain possession on the grounds of rent arrears and the court order may stipulate the amount to be paid by the tenant along with costs. Alternatively, a landlord may have sued a tenant for monies owing such as damages to a property or rent arrears. The...

Protect a Deposit with DPS

This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series Protect / Unprotect a DepositBelow is a quick summary of how to protect a deposit using the Deposit Protection Service (DPS) which is the free to use “custodial scheme”. Note: If the deposit has not been protected...

Choose which Scheme

This entry is part 2 of 9 in the series Protect / Unprotect a DepositThe Deposit Protection Service (DPS) The DPS is the only scheme to offer both a custodial and insured tenancy deposit scheme. Both landlords and letting agents may...

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