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    Deposit - when is Rent next Due

    1 months Rent deposit and 1 months Rent as a damage deposit, will be paid on signing as A.S.Tenancy.

    Does this mean that the next Rent will be due on the next Month, or is it paid on the month they move in?

    #2
    If 1 months rent + 1 month deposit then next rent due one month after tenant moves in.
    If 1 months rent deposit + 1 months damage deposit then rent due on the day tenants move in (presuming contract says rent in advance). An amount = to 2 months rent needs to be protected in a government approved scheme.

    You need to ask the landlord exactly what the requirement is - it is not clear and it would be beneficial for both parties if it was clarified.

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      #3
      Damage deposit is to be secured in a scheme - see my reply to your other post.

      Month's rent in advance covers the first month's rent. Next rent payment is due at start of 2nd month.

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        #4
        Thank you very much, that explains it very well

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