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What Tenancies Do SafeDeposits Cover?

Posted on Wednesday 31st of October 2012

It is important to highlight the kinds of tenancies that the new regulations cover, and under which tenancies a deposit scheme must be utilised. At SafeDeposits we cover tenancies where the landlord registration provisions in the Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004 apply. This means that, if a landlord must register with their local authority and they require a deposit from their tenant(s), they must also comply with the Tenancy Deposit Regulations. However, there are certain cases...Read More

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We now hold 60% of the market

Posted on Monday 24th of November 2014

We are excited to learn that SafeDeposits now holds 60% of all deposits safely protected by tenancy deposit schemes in Scotland, as revealed by the latest figures released by the Scottish Government. We are delighted to be the leading tenancy deposit scheme in Scotland, to be the only scheme headquartered in Scotland, and to be the only scheme which is not for profit. We want to take this opportunity to thank our landlords and letting agents for choosing SafeDeposits to protect their...Read More

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Ask SafeDeposits: How do I check and agree to an inventory?

Posted on Thursday 7th of September 2017

When you move in to a new home, make sure there's a detailed inventory which you agree with. If something is already broken or dirty when you move in but it isn't written on the inventory, you could end up having to pay for it when you move out. What is an inventory? An inventory is a list of everything in the property when you move in (for example, furniture, décor, fixtures and fitting, etc.) and the condition they're in (for example, 'brand new, never...Read More