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Time after dispute

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How long does a landlord have to reply to disputes on check out?

Taken 3 weeks for us to get any formal list of reported issues and now 1 week with no response after we challenged several issues.


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Your tenancy agreement should state the time in which this should be resolved – it’s normally 14 days after the end of the tenancy.

Have you raised the dispute with the tenancy deposit protection service or is this just between you and the landlord at present? If thelatter, try writing to the landlord again and letting them know you’re going to begin a dispute with the deposit protection scheme disputes service if you don’t hear from them within 48 hours.

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