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    DPS Adjudication Time

    Does anyone have experience of how long it takes the DPS adjudicator to come to a decision?

    #2
    Last time I did this it was a month and I lost.



    Freedom at the point of zero............

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      #3
      14 months and waiting, tenants long gone and not contesting. Look on trust pilot for true picture of these scumbags

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        #4
        In my case it was 6 weeks and kept chasing them, as it should take 30 days. The payment then takes another week or 2, this was around 2 years ago, I'm assuming it will take even longer due to the pandemic.

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