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    On the prescribed information for the deposit protection scheme, what is the tenants address? Is it the address of the property I'm renting to them? Just seems a bit circular if so..

  • #2
    I believe it is the 'care of' address of a trusted friend or relative of the T.
    This would be the correspondence address for the TDS should you and the T be in dispute as they won't be living at the rental address by this time.

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    • #3
      This will be the tenancy address -indeed most ASTs state that anything delivered to he tenancy address is counted as 'served'.

      With regard to geester24's post - no need for an alternative address because it is the tenants responsibility to notify the deposit scheme if/when they move.

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