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In this week’s #AskTDS, we answer the question ‘What constitutes as “clean”?’
In this week’s #ExpertView, TDSNI’s Operations Manager, Eamonn Hunt, discusses best practice when antique or sentimentally valuable items are damaged.
The overwhelming majority of tenancies end amicably, but sometimes disputes do happen. In this week’s #ExpertView, TDS Adjudicator Michael Hill explains how TDS is working to prevent disputes.
New Year’s resolutions are often hard to stick to, but if you’re going to maintain one in 2019, make it our best practice for ending a resolution that could see you receive your full tenancy deposit back in your pocket.
John King, TDS Northern Ireland’s Director of Customer Services, gives tenants advice on best practice for ending a tenancy.
Gardening can be a thorny issue when it comes to deposit disputes.
This article has been written in response to a tenant’s query: “Why does TDSNI need my email address or mobile number?”
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.
Pets can strike fear into the hearts of landlords, but if approached with pragmatism they can benefit from a growing market of renting pet owners.
As a tenant in Northern Ireland you can expect to pay an average £570 for your tenancy deposit. It's a lot of money.