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Your Landlord is required to put the entire deposit in a tenancy deposit scheme. Your Landlord should have provided you with a copy of the Deposit Protection Certificate which will have details of the deposit protected. Please do ensure you check your tenancy agreement that the correct amount is stipulated.
There are penalties for Landlord who fail to protect your deposit within the required time limits. Please see below link with further guidance on this:
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OK, your tenancy deposit scheme will offer a dispute resolution service if you disagree with the Landlord regarding how much should be returned to you. You should contact them directly to discuss.
With regard to the £50.00 which has not been protected, you may wish to claim this via the County Court. Please see below some more helpful guidance on how to do this:
Some more information can be found here on how you can go about this yourself:
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