- Have you rented a property at any time since 2012?
- Did you pay a deposit?
- Was the deposit correctly protected as required by law?
When a Landlord receives a deposit from a Tenant in relation to an Assured Shorthold Tenancy, then they must deal with the deposit in a specific way:
Firstly, within 30 days of receipt of the deposit, the Landlord must protect the deposit within one of three government-backed schemes.· Secondly, the Landlord must provide the Tenant with the required prescribed information and a scheme leaflet confirming the whereabouts of the deposit.
If this process is not correctly followed the Tenant has a claim worth up to three times the value of the Deposit against the Landlord.
If you believe that your tenancy deposit was not protected as required by law, contact Johnson and Boon solicitors.
Using the details contained within your tenancy agreement we can establish whether you have a claim within minutes.
We also act on a No Win No Fee, meaning you will not have to worry about the legal costs.
There many firms of solicitors in Widnes and Nationwide. This can make choosing the correct solicitor to assist you a confusing and time consuming task. At Johnson and Boon solicitors we provide a free initial telephone consultation in order to provide sufficient information to allow clients to make an informed decision when instructing us to deal with their case. Our aim to resolve your legal matter as quickly and cost effectively as possible, whilst ensuring that the right outcome is achieved.
Our client’s receive the very best in client care from our highly skilled team of legal professionals.
We guarantee that you will be kept fully updated as your case progresses and one of our team will always be on hand to answer any questions that you may have.
Johnson and Boon solicitors represent clients from all over the UK. We provide a professional, friendly service that removes the stress from our clients.
We treat our client’s as individuals and take the time to understand the details of their requirements. Every case is unique and a fully adapted approach must be taken to ensure that needs of the particular client are met.
Legal disputes can be costly however Johnson and Boon aim to minimise the costs involved for our clients by offering competitive rates, fixed fees and No Win No Fee arrangements on certain types of cases. We also provide pre-paid envelopes with all paperwork to remove any cost that our clients would incur in postage fee when responding.
Johnson and Boon solicitors represent both individuals and businesses alike. Our business clients range from small sole traders to large well established businesses. We work with a large variety of businesses from with many sectors of industry. Examples include Construction, Leisure, Retail, Office, Information Technology and Travel to name a few.
Regardless of the nature of work that Johnson and Boon solicitors are undertaking, their clients can have confidence that they are receiving expert advice from highly skilled solicitors.
Johnson and Boon Limited are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales (SRA No: 623600)
Johnson and Boon Solicitors
66 Wallasey Road