Yes – provided you have met all the obligations in your Tenancy Agreement, yourwill be returned to you in full. The terms under which some or all of the may not be returned to you are defined in the section of your Tenancy Agreement. The DEALING WITH THE AT THE END OF THE TENANCY section of your Tenancy Agreement details how your is handled at the end of your tenancy.
A landlord or agent declaring that a(or part of) is non-refundable under any circumstances would be considered an unfair term and is not enforecable.
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