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Who wins the deposit disputes – tenant v landlord

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  • landlord,
  • letting agents,
  • mid term inspection,
  • No Letting Go,
  • property,
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  • property check out,
  • Property Inventory Management,
  • Property management,
  • property visit

TDS state that the following percentage awards (in terms of deposits held) were made during 2010

Percentage of awards made to tenant – 56%

Percentage of awards made to landlord – 42%

Percentage of awards made to agents – 2%

The lack of landlord generated accurate paperwork seems to still be a problem.

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