The main exclusions are as follows: 1. Theft of client monies by an employee of the business. CMPI is designed to protect clients from theft of money by the owner of the business. Theft of client monies by an employee of the business is still the responsibility of the employer and therefore it is the responsibility of the employer to protect the business against this type of risk. CMP requires all its members to hold Professional Indemnity Insurance that will pick up this type of theft. Landlords and tenants will be directed to make a claim against the letting agents’ PI policy. 2. Theft of monies by the owner owed to another owner. CMP will not pick up any claims where one business owner misappropriates monies owed to another owner. 3. Theft of monies by a third party. CMP will not honour any claim where theft of client monies is undertaken by any person not connected with the letting agent. For example, monies held by tradesmen, financial institutions or other businesses. 4. Theft of monies already protected/held by an authorised Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme. CMP will not pick up claims which relate to tenant’s deposits that are protected by a government authorised tenancy deposit protection scheme, whether the scheme is a custodial scheme or insured-based scheme. CMP will only honour claims if the deposit schemes’ Membership Rules are exhausted or not applicable e.g. the deposit was never protected or the scheme cannot or will not honour the protection of the deposit. If the deposit is clearly protected, or held in a custodial scheme, the claimant will be directed back to the relevant deposit protection scheme. CMP will not accept claims from an authorised Tenancy Deposit Protection scheme to offset its liability.