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many years ago on the 13th of the month I paid 1 months rent in advance and a deposit, I am hoping to move shortly and give my 1 months notice on the 14th May 2019, which is also my rent payment date the rent in advance was £475, is it correct to deduct the £475 from the current months rent?????? The deposit is held by an outside company which I believe is the law and will get this back assuming there are no claims against me for any damage,is this the correct procedure.

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FS

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No, you pay your rent as normal per your tenany agreement, as under that you agreed to pay rent up to the date the tenancy ends.

 

Towards the end of the tenancy, there will be an inspection of the property where you and landlord(or their agent) review the condition of the property. If everything is at it should be, then the company holding the deposit will be instructed to refund it to you.


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