The landlord will hold the tenants dilapidations deposit, the landlord is responsible for ensuring that this deposit is properly protected under a recognized Tenancy Deposit Protect scheme. The tenant must be advised within 14 days of the commencement of the letting where the deposit is protected. The landlord will also be responsible for returning to the tenant the dilapidation’s deposit & less any deductions at the end of the tenancy, subject to mutual agreement from both landlord and tenant.
The landlord is responsible for attending to any maintenance problems, dealing direct with the tenant in all instances.
The landlord is responsible for checking the tenants out of the property at the commencement & expiry of the let.