Tenancy Claims

As a tenant you have rights over your landlord, if they are not met you can take action against them. Please note that the Tenancy Claims operates on a “no win no fee” basis which means you only pay if we secure an award for you from your landlord.

Protected Tenancy Deposits

The provisions in Housing Act 2004 has introduced deposit schemes. The aim is to safeguard tenancy deposits. Therefore, the landlord is required to put your rent into those schemes. The following schemes are: list the schemes

By law, your landlord is required to protect your deposit utilizing one of the above deposit schemes. Furthermore, your landlord is required to protect your deposit within 30 days of taking it. Your landlord must send you the correct information.

If your landlord has failed to adhere to any of the above, you are entitled to receive compensation.

Contact us today to ascertain as to whether your deposit was protected, if not you could claim compensation.

Housing disrepair

You can claim compensation if your landlord has failed to carry out repairs within a reasonable time once you reported them.

You may also be entitled to compensation if your home is unfit to live in because of poor conditions. If your landlord does not agree to the compensation, you can pursue an action in court.

You can claim compensation for:-

  • Actual financial loss as well as for general inconvenience.
  • Damage to belongings
  • Items that are damaged or destroyed because of poor conditions or during repair works.
  • Items that are damaged or destroyed because of poor conditions or during repair works.

Contact us today if your landlord has failed to carry out repairs or you are living in a poor condition, we can assist you with your compensation claim.

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