Blog

Viewing entries tagged with 'tenancy agreement'

#AskTDS: “How do I return the deposit to students leaving a property?”

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

#AskTDS: “How do I return the deposit to students leaving a property?”

Posted by TDS on 25 April 2019

read more...

#AskTDS: Will the Tenant Fees Act have any impact on tenancy deposit protection?

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

#AskTDS: Will the Tenant Fees Act have any impact on tenancy deposit protection?

Posted by TDS on 11 April 2019

read more...

#AskTDS: How can members access our resources - and why should they?

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

#AskTDS: How can members access our resources – and why should they?

Posted by TDS on 28 March 2019

read more...

#AskTDS: “I am about to renew my tenant’s tenancy, how will it affect the tenancy deposit?”

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Ask TDS I am about to renew my tenants tenancy how will it affect the tenancy deposit

Posted by TDS on 17 January 2019

read more...

#AskTDS: Can I claim for damage caused at a New Year’s Eve party?

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

AskTDS: Can I claim for damage caused at a New Year’s Eve party - TDS

Posted by TDS on 4 January 2019

read more...

#AskTDS: My guest spilt red wine on the carpet at my Halloween party, can my landlord deduct for thi

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

In this week’s #AskTDS[https://www.tenancydepositscheme.com/latest-news.html], we address the nightmare situation of spilt red wine on the carpet at a Halloween party and answer the question “Can my landlord deduct for this?”

Posted by TDS on 3 November 2018

read more...

#AskTDS: Trick or treat - How does the 'deposit use clause' work?

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

In this week’s #AskTDS[https://www.tenancydepositscheme.com/latest-news.html], we lift the mask on the scary-sounding deposit use clause after a tenant asked us: “How does the deposit use clause work?

Posted by Guest on 26 October 2018

read more...

#ExpertView: Tessa's 2018 Legal Changes series - 2. Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards

Tags: , , , ,

As you will already know, in most cases you need to have an Energy Performance Certificate for your property:

Posted by Christel Jones on 27 February 2018

read more...

1 2