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Statutory declaration over deposit not returned
Since it's been over 14 days since my tenancy ended I've now generated the statutory form via the DPS website. Where I'm confused is the notifying the EA bit - when I moved out I put a wet signed letter through the EA's letter box requesting the return of my deposit. However, when I texted the EA earlier today their response was that they never received the said letter. Yet I requested return of the deposit from the DPS (which also notifies the EA I presume?)
Any idea where I stand, please. I do of course have a copy of the original letter which I can print again. I hope I now don't have to wait another 14 days giving the EA even more wriggle room...
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