landlord deposit scheme

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
14 years ago
My feeling is - but it would be for a judge to decide - that you will be hit with the penalty and it is now too late to protect the deposit because the tenant has left. You can though counterclaim for say rent until a new tenant moved in. Mice in themselves are not a valid reason for leaving and there are always hidden agendas in such cases
Dave A

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