Tenancy Deposit

If you rent a residential property, under the Housing Act 2004 your Landlord must protect your deposit within 30 days of receiving it. They must also provide you with the details of where the deposit is protected, together with the Prescribed Information, which includes a copy of the protection certificate, contact details of the scheme, together with an EPC certificate, Gas and Electric Safety Certificate.

If your landlord has failed to protect your deposit within 30 days then you are entitled to claim up to 3 times the value of the deposit back from them in compensation, plus the return of the deposit if the deposit has not been given back to you when you left the property.

You have up to 6 years to claim your compensation and the court must award you between 1-3 times the value of the deposit in compensation.

If your deposit has not been protected then start your claim with us today.

Over the last 12 months we have recovered over £150,000 in compensation for our clients in respect of unprotected deposits

Claim now, its No Win, No Fee and we will cap our deduction from your damages to 25% meaning you will always get a minimum of 75% of your compensation, NO HIDDEN FEES