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Lifecycle of a Deposit Week with Property Tribes

| 2 July 2018

Last week, Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) featured in six articles spanning the majority of the week. Each day a new article was uploaded to show the full lifecycle of a deposit.

#AskTDS: The importance of keeping tenants' contact information up-to-date

Debbie Davies | 22 June 2018

The duration of a tenancy in the private rented sector can vary from several months to years. Longer tenancies can benefit both landlords and tenants alike as they can offer a stable home to the tenant and a secure income to the landlord. With these longer term tenancies, it is important to ensure that landlords and agents have a process in place to regularly update their tenants’ contact information as the longer the term of the tenancy, the more chance there is of tenants changing their phone numbers and email addresses.

#ExpertView: Renovating Without Permission

| 24 April 2018

This week on #ExpertView, our Director of Dispute Resolution, Michael Morgan, discusses a recent decision by an adjudicator on a case involving a tenant who renovated a property without their landlord’s permission, and sets out the reasoning behind the decision.

#ExpertView: Why Choose TDS?

| 20 February 2018

Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) is a government approved, not-for-profit organisation that provides both Insured and Custodial tenancy deposit protection. TDS is the longest established deposit protection scheme, protecting over 1.3 million deposits across England and Wales and offering a free alternative dispute resolution service to help resolve any disputes that may arise between landlords, agents and tenants; via a professional, impartial adjudicator.

#AskTDS: "I asked my partner to move in with me - does this affect my deposit?"

| 9 February 2018

This article has been written in response to a tenant’s query: “I asked my partner to move in with me - does this affect my deposit?"

#ExpertView: The importance of keeping tenants' contact information up-to-date

| 8 February 2018

The duration of a tenancy in the private rented sector can vary from several months to years. Longer tenancies can benefit both landlords and tenants alike as they can offer a stable home to the tenant and a secure income to the landlord. With these longer term tenancies, it is important to ensure that landlords and agents have a process in place to regularly update their tenants’ contact information as the longer the term of the tenancy, the more chance there is of tenants changing their phone numbers and email addresses.

#AskTDS: "Can I claim for condensation damage?"

| 2 February 2018

This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: “Can I claim for condensation damage?”

#AskTDS: “Who is responsible for mould building up in the property I let out?”

| 26 January 2018

This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: “Who is responsible for mould building up in the property I let out?”

#AskTDS: "Why do I need to tell TDS about any pre-agreed amounts that are not in dispute?"

| 19 January 2018

This article has been written in response to a tenant’s query: "Why do I need to tell TDS about any pre-agreed amounts that are not in dispute, in relation to the tenancy deposit?"

#AskTDS: "I want to raise a dispute, but my tenant is uncontactable - what should I do?"

| 12 January 2018

This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: "I want to raise a dispute, but my tenant cannot be contacted - what should I do?"

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