Can I make a claim?
If you have paid a tenancy deposit to your current or former landlord under an assured shorthold tenancy and they have not followed procedure by protecting it with one of three government-backed protection schemes, then the answer to that question is yes. You could be owed up to three times the amount of deposit you originally paid, plus your deposit back.
At Tenant Protect, we work on a no-win-no-fee basis. This means that you will not be charged a penny in the event that we are unsuccessful in recovering any money for you. If we are successful, we will simply keep 35% of the total as our fee.
A fair deal for you
Landlords and management agents are known for applying pressure to tenants to drop their claim. While carrying out all required works, our team will also make sure your landlord, or their managing agents, treat you fairly and pay you a fair amount that sits in line with what the government says they must. Get back the money you’re owed and don’t settle for anything less.
You’re in good hands
With us by your side, you can feel confident that your claim is being handled by the professionals; we have over six years experience in handling all aspects of tenancy deposit claims and know what we’re doing.
Our highly-trained and motivated team of experts helps to ensure your claim is progressed within a strict time frame that has been set by us, not your landlord, so that you receive the money you’re owed as soon as possible.About Us
Sensible landlord settles early
We were instructed by a tenant who had, after some difficulties, recovered her full deposit from the landlord. The customer believed the deposit had not been correctly dealt with and when we had carried out our investigation we agreed with her...Read More
Nine Times the Deposit
As with most of our customers, Miss N spoke to us because she had left a property where she had been a good tenant over a long period of time and felt very hard done to when her former landlord refused to give her her deposit back. There was no reason for the landlord to retain the deposit as the property had been left in a nice state...Read More
Success for Student Tenants
As is so often the case, a number of students in a shared house were not given their deposit back by their landlord when they moved out after the end of the 12 month tenancy agreement. The landlord said that the students had damaged the property – a claim that the students denied...Read More