TENANCY DEPOSIT CERTIFICATE – Late and Illegal Registration to Get Rid of Me.

On October 12, 2013 by admin

Oakfield registered my tenancy deposit certificate late.  I paid it in cash in October 2000. It was transfered with the property in July 2007. The rules say it has to be registered within 14 days of receiving it. Oakfield only deposited it in order to be able to evict me, as they cannot evict me or use a Section 21 or Section 8 eviction order on me unless the tenancy deposit is registered. This was in retaliation of my raising the serious disrepair again, after living for 5 years in serious disrepair, many incidents of flooding and water damage, dangerous electrics and large parts of ceiling falling down.

The date of ending the tenancy on the certificate clearly indicates they expected to evict me by then. I was not informed or had any other warning that I was going to be evicted or my tenancy ended until I got the TDS certificate and the information to tenant as is required by law. They thought I would not notice and just accept and process it. I nearly did. But instead I started asking what a TDS was and from that found out they had registered it late illegally and only for the purposes of evicting me: The deposit was registered on 4th May 2012. Although they had it since July 2007. As you can see the end of tenancy date is already been printed on as 9th July 2012. It never happened. I am still here and had to fight it every step of the way. It has not been taken on by the court or recognized or addressed as part of the harassment and bullying so far.

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