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Tenancy Deposit - Did your landlord protect your tenancy deposit?

April 30, 2020

Did your landlord protect your tenancy deposit? If not, you may be able to claim thousands in compensation.

The Law regarding tenancy deposits.

Tenancy deposit law is actually pretty simple. Your landlord must pay you deposit into one of three government-protected deposit schemes. He/She has 30 days to pay the deposit, if they neglect this, you can claim.

How it works

The law determines that if your deposit was not paid into one of the schemes within the 30-day allocation. Then your landlord has breached the law, and therefore you can claim up to 1-3 times the deposit paid.

Due to the fact that this law seems so readily ignored Antony Hodari Solicitors, who have been a reliable firm of solicitors for over 35 years' are here to help! We protect the rights of tenants across the country in several different matters. 

A reliable tenancy deposit solicitor

As a company, we will operate solely on a no win no fee basis and will always be fighting in your corner. All we ask is that you help us to gather the information by providing items such as proof of your payment. 

With our support, you can claim against your landlord regarding your tenancy deposit, and you can win! With over 35 years of experience we are always on the side of the tenant. You shouldn't have to put up a fight for your legal rights to be maintained. That's why we are here to help. If you don't want to take our word for it. We had over 250 5-star reviews in 2020. Have a read to see what our clients say about us. We look forward to hearing from you, and of course helping you win your battle.

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