Jan 21,2010
Jan 21,2010
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All they were interested in doing was keeping as much of the deposit as possible, put down
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By: Martin Main
Apr 03, 2017
A full inventory was undertaken and a tenant has a duty in accordance with the terms of the lease to look after landlords property allowing for "Normal" wear and tear. If the house is left dirty and damaged then yes your deposit is at risk. It is not company policy to hang onto monies, however the landlord has/had right to be reimbursed so as he/she can make the necessary repairs/cleaning.. This situation would not occur now due the tenancy scheme now in place nationally. The tenant would now have the right to put the claim into dispute for a third party to arbitrate. The tenant should try being a landlord.

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