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MIke Morgan Every month, we take an example of a recent dispute and explain the reasons behind our adjudicator's decision, some on common disputes and others a little more unusual. In this month’s case study, we are looking at the pitfalls that can catch agents out with claims for check out fees.
*Each month we publish an Adjudication Digest with an example of a recent adjudicator's decision and the reasons behind it. A library of adjudication digests can be found here on our website. *
The Adjudication Digest takes a recent decision by a TDS Adjudicator and sets out the reasoning behind the decision. This month we take a look at a dispute about gardening.
* In this month’s digest we look at a recent case where the parties had very different views about who was right and wrong – and who was ultimately responsible.*
Mike Morgan, TDS Head of Adjudication Mike Morgan, TDS Head of Adjudication
Mike Morgan In this month’s Adjudication Digest we looked at two recent cases concerning heating oil tanks and claims for refilling them at tenancy end.
In this month’s Adjudication Digest case, a landlord claimed £245.00 for expenses arising as a result of the tenants leaving the property a day late. The landlord provided invoices of £75.00 for a cancelled locksmith appointment and £179.60 for hotel costs for the incoming tenant. The departing tenants disputed responsibility for these costs but offered to...
* Each month we publish an Adjudication Digest to give you an insight into the kind of decisions adjudicators are faced with, and how you can be best prepared for deposit disputes. This month’s adjudication digest focuses on the somewhat sensitive issue of pest infestations; bedbugs in particular.*
* Michael Morgan The monthly** TDS Adjudication Digest **takes a recent decision by an Adjudicator and sets out the reasoning behind the decision. This month’s case concerns an argument over the condition of the property at the start and end of a tenancy – where much turned on who had said what, when, and to who.*...