No – Theis the tenant’s so you have 3 options:
1. If the buyer has a
2. Initiate the release of the to the tenant and the buyer will need to make arrangements with the tenant on the day of completion to obtain the from the tenant
3. Obtain consent from the tenant to release their from the to your bank account. Once agreed, we can initiate the release of the from the and the tenant will need to authorise the release before the is received by you.
On the day of completion the buyer is deemed to have ‘received’ the(even though they may not have received any monies) and their obligations within the protection legislation apply.
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