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Deposits and Tenancy Deposit Schemes (England) | Tenancy Agreements (England)

Deposit Guarantee Scheme Reference in Tenancy Agreement

28 Jul 2016 | 1 comment

We have inherited a property with a tenant who paid no deposit but the local authority provided the landlord with an agreement (which he signed) which guarantees £400 if there are any claims at the end of the tenancy. For purposes of drafting the TA do I assume there is no deposit and therefore remove all references to the deposit?

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  1. guildy

    That’s correct, there is technically no deposit because there is no money being received.

    You can use our no deposit agreement.

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