Policy paper

The redress schemes: conditions for approval

Introductory note explaining how redress schemes can apply to be an approved scheme, and annex giving detailed conditions for approval.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Instructions for redress schemes covering lettings agency work and property management work seeking government approval

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The redress schemes: conditions for approval

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Details

The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 provided the Secretary of State with the power to require that all letting and property management agents in England are a member of a government approved redress scheme.

This document is an introductory note that explains how the schemes can apply to be an approved scheme. The accompanying annex to the introductory notes provides the detailed conditions that must be satisfied before the Secretary of State approves a redress scheme.

Published 6 January 2014