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Any deposit that you collect from your tenants must be protected. Furthermore, you must inform your tenant of how you have protected their deposit within 30 days of you having received it. Failing to do so will not only prevent you from regaining possession of your property following your agreement having expired, but is also likely to result in you being issued with a substantial fine.

Tenancy Agreement can provide you with a Tenancy Deposit Protection Form (also known as a Section 213 Notice) – which details the deposit scheme that you are using, how your tenant can apply for their deposit to be released and what to do in the event of a dispute regarding the deposit – along with detailed guidance notes to help you complete the form correctly.

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