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Are you able to kindly clarify what you refer to by "10 day marker" please?
thank you for the clarification. These are scheme regulations laid down by deposit protection schemes. They do not apply to common law tenancies (contractual tenancies). there are no specific rules for deposits in relation to contractual tenancy is. Some contractual tenancy agreements will contain provisions relating to a timeframe for the parties to agree terms in relation to a deposit but often the agreement contains no such provisions. In the absence of any revisions within the agreement, it is simply for the parties to negotiate in good faith with each other as regards ***** ***** the remedy for either party if agreement cannot be reached would be to issue proceedings in the County Court following service of a letter before action giving ideally 14 days notice
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