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Could you please confirm reasons given by the Landlord for not returning the tenancy deposit and have you left the property?
Have you raised it with the Administrator of your tenancy deposit scheme?
Your Landlord might have recovered it from the tenancy deposit scheme as it is already 3 months now.
Now you can claim it back via a small claims proceedings.
You can initiate court proceedings. it will be a small claim if you are claiming less than £10,000 from your landlord.
Before you start a court claim, you must send your landlord a letter before action, demanding back the deposit within 14 days.
If he still fails to refund your deposit, then you can start your court claim online using the below link-
You can also ask for interest on the tenancy deposit from the court.
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