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My Landlord has changed the TDS type from Insurance to Custodial and advises me that I will no longer receive Interest on my Deposit after 20+ years of receiving interest  ,it was a part of the original  contract.Can they do this???????

FS

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in short yes because the interest payable is so low.

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Eric you are correct the interest is very low which will stop me from making any form of complaint,just having a sound of,as it is the same Landlord who refuses to honour a letter sent 18+ years ago that my rent would never increase more than 10% 

FS

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well the letter saying rent wont increase by more than  10% is enforceable, just that your tenancy will be ended by LL at the end of the assured period and they will start afresh with you or someone else

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eric thanks for your response, we started with an  6 month AST that was 20+ years ago which was never renewed until 2 years ago with another 6 month AST which once again has  never been renewed, at the same time we had a 25% rent increase and now we are facing another 25% increase in September.The LL agent stated after taking legal advice that the 10% rent increase letter was no longer enforceable 

FS

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