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Comment on The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

Posted on Thursday 8th of November 2012

SafeDeposits Scotland are proud to be working with the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations. The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) exists to promote healthy communities where we support people to take voluntary action to help themselves and others to bring about positive social change. We have long been aware of the injustices experienced by some tenants and landlords in the private tenancy market but equally aware this is the minority of circumstances. Clearly...Read More

Comment on SafeDeposits - Our Members

SafeDeposits - Our Members

Posted on Monday 3rd of December 2012

Here at SafeDeposits Scotland we couldn't do what we do without our members. Each a respected professional body in their own right, they are supporting and working with us to promote an independent tenancy deposit protection scheme. Our members include: National Union of Students Scotland The representative body of 530,000 higher and further education students in Scotland, the NUS is a key voice and campaigner for students and is recognised by the Scottish Parliament. Their aim is to...Read More

Comment on Tenants and SafeDeposits Scotland

Tenants and SafeDeposits Scotland

Posted on Wednesday 9th of October 2013

Warning: this blog post contains essential info on how to get your deposit back at the end of the tenancy!

Tenancy deposit schemes were introduced to ensure that tenants are able to get their deposit back from their landlord or agent when they move out, provided they have: met the terms of their tenancy agreement; not damaged the property or its contents; paid their rent and bills. But while tenancy deposit schemes were introduced to help, we recognise that the new process...Read More

Comment on Adjudication digest - October 2013

Adjudication digest - October 2013

Posted on Tuesday 22nd of October 2013

The adjudication digest takes a recent decision by a SafeDeposits adjudicator and sets out the reasons behind it. We hope that you will find these digests informative in understanding how we reach our adjudication decisions. This blog post is for guidance only – it is not intended to guarantee when an award will be made. Each dispute is different and the actual award made will be based on our interpretation of the specific evidence presented to us.

The tenant didn't object at...Read More

Comment on Adjudication digest - November 2013

Adjudication digest - November 2013

Posted on Wednesday 27th of November 2013

The adjudication digest takes a recent decision by a SafeDeposits adjudicator and sets out the reasons behind it. We hope that you will find these digests informative in understanding how we reach our adjudication decisions. This blog post is for guidance only – it is not intended to guarantee when an award will be made. Each dispute is different and the actual award made will be based on our interpretation of the specific evidence presented to us.

Warning – smoking can...Read More

Comment on Adjudication digest - December 2013

Adjudication digest - December 2013

Posted on Tuesday 17th of December 2013

The adjudication digest takes a recent decision by a SafeDeposits adjudicator and sets out the reasons behind it. We hope that you will find these digests informative in understanding how we reach our adjudication decisions. This blog post is for guidance only – it is not intended to guarantee when an award will be made. Each dispute is different and the actual award made will be based on our interpretation of the specific evidence presented to us. Sorry, I need to...Read More

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