Does the deposit need re-protecting?

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  • Does the deposit need re-protecting?

    Sorry for hijacking the thread, but was hoping westminister can answer the following as its related.

    If a fixed term tenancy comes to an end and rolls over onto a periodic, does the deposit have to be re-registered?

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    No, with any scheme.

    If you issue a replacement tenancy then the DPS don't need to know but MyDeposits and TDS will require the deposit to be re-registered (and a new fee payable).


    • #3
      Originally posted by megotbigears View Post
      Sorry for hijacking the thread…
      Then please don’t, especially if the thread is currently active and only two hours old.
      I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating


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