Can T have L's defence (to deposit claim) struck-out?

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    Can T have L's defence (to deposit claim) struck-out?

    Just wondering on what grounds you can apply for a LL's defence to a TDS to be struck out?

    Mine has stated his defence as follows:

    1) That he isnt the LL (Even though he owns the property and received the rent),

    2) In his defence he paid back the remaining deposit and now says that the Tenants are no longer entitled to an award. BUT... he also admits that the deposit was at no time paid into a TDS. As this claim is 100% about the non-compliance, so surely this shoulc be struck out to.

    What is the process for this. As it stands a Judge is reviewing the defence and will make a ruling in a week or so time. When can I ask for it to be struck out? And how do I do it?

    Thanks!

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