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#ExpertView: TDS appoints an Independent Complaints Reviewer

| 26 March 2019

In this week’s #ExpertView, Michael Morgan, Director of Dispute Resolution at TDS, discusses the appointment of Margaret Doyle as Independent Complaints Reviewer.

#ExpertView: Leaf it out - Autumn adjudication case study

| 3 October 2018

In this week’s #ExpertView, Michael Hill, an Adjudicator at TDS Northern Ireland outlines a dispute around the outdoor areas of a property being affected by autumnal weather.

#ExpertView: Customer service levels in the adjudication process

| 22 August 2018

In this week’s #ExpertView blog, Michael Hill, Executive Assistant and Adjudicator at Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS), outlines the customer service provided by TDS and TDSNI throughout the adjudication process.

#AskTDS: “Do I have to re-register my deposits every year?”

| 14 May 2018

This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: “Do I have to re-register my deposits every year?”

#AskTDS: "Can I use my deposit to cover my final month's rent?"

| 4 May 2018

This article has been written in response to a tenant’s query: “Can I use my deposit to cover my final month’s rent?”

Adjudication Digest - Talking Trees

| 18 August 2016

The Adjudication Digest takes a recent decision by a TDSNI Adjudicator and sets out the reasoning behind the decision. The aim of these Digest reports is to help tenants, landlords and agents gain a better understanding of how we make our adjudication decisions. The names of the landlords and tenants involved have been removed and this is only a brief summary of the dispute.

How many miles are on the clock?

| 27 July 2016

Find out about a case where the landlord's claim didn't allow for the fact that items have a lifespan, and a value that reduces over time. Director of Dispute Resolution Mike Morgan also gives his top tip.

Deposit dispute case study: Falling at the final hurdle....

Ben Beadle | 9 May 2014

TDS regularly publishes case studies of recent disputes which we have resolved. This is to help you understand how and why our adjudicators make the decisions they do.