Represent Law is delighted to have achieved a settlement of a s.214(4) deposit protection claim for the maximum amount possible pre-issue.
The tenant paid her landlord a deposit of £1,000 which was not protected in accordance with the provisions of s.213(3) and s.213(6) of the Housing Act 2004 which requires tenancy deposits to be protected in a government deposit protection scheme and for the Prescribed Information to be given to the tenant within 30 days of paying the deposit.
In this case the landlord didn't protect the deposit at all for two tenancies and failed to return the tenant's deposit. The claim settled for 3x the deposit for each of two tenancies, the return of the deposit plus interest.
This is another fantastic result for our client.
If your deposit hasn't been protected, please contact Represent Law today to see if you can make a deposit protection claim.
Represent Law is delighted to have settled a deposit protection claim brought under s.214(4) of the Housing Act 2004 for £9,375 for two tenants in London without the need to issue county court proceedings.
If your landlord hasn't protected your deposit and you would like to see if you can make a s.214(4) deposit protection claim, contact Represent Law today.