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  1. Hi all. I moved in with my ex in august 2015 in to a council property that she already had with her daughter, I have never been put on the tenancy at all but she registered me as living there, our agreement was that she would pay the council tax and I would pay the rent. As from June 2017 she failed to keep up with the payments on the council tax and now the council are taken it direct from my wages even though we have split up the 7th December 2017. Can the council still take the money and make me liable for the money even though I have never ever been on the tenancy agreement?
  2. Myself and my hubby were quite young when we moved out of home and got ourselves into some debt problems, one of them was owing council tax. We owe thousands of pounds in council tax arrears, we have kept up with current CT payments for about the past 4 years, and have paid bits and bobs off the arrears as and when we could as my hubby does temporary work which can last anything from days to years. He started a new job last month after being unemployed for a couple of months and so the council asked us to set up a payment arrangement for one of our old accounts, money is very tight at the
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