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13
Jul
2015
by Sarah Kennett
Effective negotiation with your tenant could be the difference between reaching an amicable agreement about the amount of deductions to a... Read more >
01
Jul
2015
by Jack Ojari
Sometimes deposit disputes occur and it’s important to make sure that you have the right evidence ready to prove your case. The tenants’... Read more >
10
Jun
2015
by Sam Haidar
Some landlords on rare occasions complain that their tenants don’t look after the property while they are living there.This leads to the... Read more >
20
May
2015
by Sam Haidar
University students make up a large proportion of renters in Scotland – to the extent where there are landlords that exclusively rent their... Read more >
13
May
2015
by Sam Haidar
Ian Langley, Director of Operations at mydeposits Scotland, reports from Stirling Landlords Day 2015Landlords and property agents from... Read more >
07
May
2015
by Sarah Kennett
It's common for landlords and agents to take photographs and video footage of the a property before granting a tenancy in order to properly... Read more >
04
Mar
2015
by adam
Do you know that the Tenancy Agreement you hand over to your tenants is one of the most important documents an adjudicator will look at as... Read more >
02
Mar
2015
by adam
A landlord has been fined in Scotland for non-compliance in failing to protect his tenant’s money in a Government authorised Tenancy... Read more >
13
Feb
2015
by adam
When your landlord protects your deposit with us there are some vital documents you should receive in the early stages of your... Read more >
22
Jan
2015
by adam
Since the introduction of Tenancy Deposit Protection in Scotland in 2012, my|deposits Scotland have been offering a free and impartial... Read more >

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