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tdotmelty27
tdotmelty27 Member Posts: 29 Connected
edited February 2021 in Universal Credit (UC)
Hi im house sharing with my friend we are both named tennats he works full time i dont i receive pip and trying to claim universal credit would i be able to get any housing benefits or anything like that as thw other person who is a tenant works because the agreement was we  both pay half each of the bills we aint a couple and are simply just two male friends surly i should get something despite being both joint tenants any help on this?
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