It was a thoroughly outstanding job what Mr Ian Duncan of Legal Road did for us for our deposit dispute claim. He dealt our case with complete professionalism and determination from start to finish. He was very patient in explaining the status and developments of the case. He responds to calls quickly and sends out the documentations promptly. Mr Duncan did everything in his power to ensure the process had truly been as smooth, accurate and comfortable as possible. And we are very happy of the outcome as we got the settlement of 2/3 of the total claim in just less than a month. We highly recommend to anyone who have deposit dispute. A very good choice and smart decision to let him handle our case. Again, thanks for the help with everything Mr Duncan. All the best!!!

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LANDLORD DISPUTE ADVICE

So you found the perfect private home rental on a shorthold tenancy and lodged a large chunk of your hard earned savings as a rental security deposit with the landlord. While it is common practice for private landlords to require a security deposit on the granting of a new tenancy, many landlords fail to fulfil their legal side of the bargain by securing your deposit with an approved governmental tenancy deposit protection scheme (DPS) within 30-days of receipt and to then provide you with the details of the scheme and information on how you may claim your deposit back at the end of the tenancy. The Housing Act 2004 provide the Court with the authority to fine a landlord up to 3 times the deposit amount for his breach of these duties.