No. You’re still liable for damages, rent, cleaning the property, and anything else outlined in your tenancy agreement. You will still need to pay your landlord back at the end of the tenancy if you do break anything.
Articles in this section
- Tenant FAQs
- What is a Reposit and why is it different to a standard tenancy deposit?
- Is Reposit the same as a holding deposit?
- Is Reposit tenant insurance?
- Am I eligible for Reposit?
- How does Reposit work for a joint tenancy or a HMO?
- How long is my Reposit valid for?
- Do I get my Reposit back?
- Who are you insured by?
- What is docu-sign?