Whether deposits are refundable or not in the UK depends on the contract between seller and the buyer. However, legally there is no law asking a seller to refund a deposit. When a buyer puts some money to secure an item, that means that he/she is entering a legally binding contract with the seller. If the buyer changes his/her mind because of whatever reasons, the seller doesn’t have to refund the deposit.
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