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Ending a Tenancy (England) | England | Landlord Wants Tenant to Leave (England)

Not sure if the system is getting the messages below ?

23 Sep 2020 | 1 comment

  • Yes. The new tenancy with a new landlord triggers deposit protection.

    It’s not needed with a normal renewal where it’s same landlord, property and tenant but here the landlord is different.

  • Juts to clarify, the deposit was protected in agents name, and not the previous LL, woud Nnb have had to be re-protected still when the new owner became LL and re-protected with same agent ? Or could it simply just stay protected ?

  • sorry i didnt get a response

    Just to clarify, the deposit was initially protected in agents name, and not the previous LL, and is still protected by the agent, would have had to be re-protected still when the new owner became LL and re-protected with same agent ? Or could it simply just stay protected ?

  • Hello I’m not sure if my messages are coming through

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  1. guildy

    Apologies for this. You’ve found a bug and we don’t seem to be getting reply messages. I will go back to the original question and reply. Will also investigate the notification problem.

    Thank you.

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