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Comparison of tenant deposit schemes in England and Wales

In England and Wales there are three government-approved tenancy deposit schemes (Scotland and Northern Ireland have different schemes). They are Deposit Protection Service (DPS) MyDeposits  Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) Insured vs. custodial scheme Insured scheme: the landlord/agent can hold the tenancy deposits during the term of the tenancy. They need to pay a fee to the deposit scheme to register the deposit. At the end of tenancy, if the tenant raises a dispute, they must transfer the disputed amount to the deposit scheme until the matter is resolved by a free dispute resolution service provided by the scheme or a court.  Custodial scheme: the scheme holds the deposit for the duration of the tenancy. Custodial Schemes is free of charge for the landlord/agent. At the end of tenancy, both parties agree before the deposit can be released to the tenant/landlord. If there is a dispute, the release of deposit will be based on the decision of the free dispute resolution service provided b

TIGER's Revival and First Romance

Good writing, but not a very interesting story.

On 5 Feb 2015 16:58, "Brenda Sheng" <> wrote:
TIGER's Revival
TIGER was in heaven, with god, watching LION angrily. God realized TIGER wasn't bad so he gave TIGER another chance to live. TIGER was revived as a female baby tiger named PANTHERA. Meanwhile, LION had a baby boy, with his wife, named LEO. LION was in a fight and LION was older now and weaker so he couldn't beat the opponent. So LION died, leaving LEO with his mother. LEO was out playing one day when he saw a young tiger just about his age, a girl. LEO wanted to make friends, so did PANTHERA so they asked what their names were and started talking and playing together. Before long they became best friends and started hanging out with each other now and then. As they grew older they became so close you could barely see them apart, PANTHERA had decided she wanted to be part of the lion's pride so she asked LEO if she could join. LEO accepted and asked the head lion if PANTHERA could join. The head lion couldn't refuse since LEO's father was a legend to all the lions. Everyone knew about PANTHERA's past life and about the chicken rap battle, but they never told LEO. The lions didn't want their LEO to be taken by PANTHERA but they accepted anyway. But as a result, PANTHERA got treated very badly by the lions. Being bullied about being different... and getting the smallest share of prey. It was a hard life for PANTHERA. Even though LEO's father was LION, LEO couldn't do anything to help his friend. The following night, LEO overheard the head lion's conversation about LION and TIGER. LEO was so surprised, and told PANTHERA about it. PANTHERA was forced to leave the pride once he knew about it, because they couldn't keep an enemy. After that PANTHERA was very lonely and sad, she became a loner. Her survival was vital and she became very slim since she didn't hunt often.
LEO and PANTHERA came to be very sad during the 3 months they had been apart. Until LEO finally opened his feelings for PANTHERA. LEO now knew that for all this time, he had loved PANTHERA so dearly. He ran to PANTHERA's scent and they both confessed their feelings, and realized that, that feeling, that happiness was love. As a result, LEO was forced to leave the pride as well. But LEO didn't mind that, all he wanted was PANTHERA. 
After a long time, at the ages of 6 and 7, they finally had a baby liger, a beautiful female crossbreed of a lion and tiger, which was named, LIONE. (A liger is a tiger and a lion crossbred, with the male lion, and a female tiger but there is an opposite, tigon. Which is a female lion and a male tiger) 

By Brenda and Dory


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