Viewing entries tagged with 'tenancy deposit protection'

The Accidental Landlord's Handbook - what to know if you're renting out your home

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Not every landlord makes a business decision to invest in rental property. For some individuals, known as ‘accidental landlords’, it can be due to circumstances beyond their control.

Posted by Ben Gosling, Commercial Trust on 30 September 2014


Student tenant tips: Is your deposit protected?

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*The new term is approaching and the nation’s students are getting ready for the big move! *Over the next few weeks we will be blogging advice for student tenants on one of the most controversial parts of renting from a private landlord – your tenancy deposit. All being well you should get your deposit money...

Posted by Chris Kendall on 12 September 2014


Superstrike returns

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Steve Harriott, CEO We said that there was a danger that judges might start to interpret the Superstrike Judgment in relation to statutory periodic tenancies to imply that Prescribed Information needed to be re-issued when a statutory period tenancy was created.  Well it has happened.

Posted by Steve Harriott, CEO on 13 May 2014


TDS safe from Heartbleed

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*We would like to confirm to users of our website that TDS is secure from the Heartbleed bug.*

Posted by Chris Kendall on 15 April 2014


Signing the deposit protection certificate?

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*We have had some calls from worried letting agents following an article in the Evening Standard on 15th January. *

Posted by Chris Kendall on 17 January 2014


Tenancy deposit protection in Ireland "a priority for 2014"

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Jan O'Sullivan  Jan O'Sullivan TD, minister with responsibility for housing in Éire, last week announced the Irish Government's plans to introduce tenancy deposit protection in the Republic of Ireland.

Posted by Chris Kendall on 28 November 2013


Relaxing the rules at TDS

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Members of TDS will be aware that as of 1st April, the rules for how TDS operates have changed.

Posted by Chris Kendall on 2 April 2013


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