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'Broken' deposit system pushing tenants into debt, says consumer group - The Independent

The Independent'Broken' deposit system pushing tenants into debt, says consumer groupThe IndependentThe UK's housing deposit system is “broken”, leaving renters waiting weeks for landlords to return money and forcing them to challenge deductions and forcing 43 per cent take on debt, according to Which?. The consumer group found that more than half of ...and more »10-08-2018

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'Broken' deposit system pushing tenants into debt, says consumer group
The Independent
The UK's housing deposit system is “broken”, leaving renters waiting weeks for landlords to return money and forcing them to challenge deductions and forcing 43 per cent take on debt, according to Which?. The consumer group found that more than half of ...

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