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Landlady Template required for rent of room in own home

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Hi,

 

 

A very good friend of mine is to help me out by renting a room from me and living with me to help with the garden, house etc. He also cooks meals etc due to my disability. My health is much improved, I still have to be careful to avoid a relapse.

 

 

He is in full time work and I do not claim benefits. However occasionally he does get a small top up of UC when his wages are very low. Therefore I think I may need a formal template since he has just left his bedsit?? I do not know.

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Google lodgers agreements.

 

There's plenty on the net.

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Be careful to avoid any claims from the DWP that you are living as man and wife. If your friend is cooking and providing a degree of care for you, the DWP could decide that you are indeed a couple. The duties of the lodger need to be clearly defined and both of you must avoid any financial links.

 

As well as a lodger agreement, keep accurate records of rent payments and you should avoid any problems with the DWP or local council.


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Do you have a DWP definition of 'man and wife'?

We certainly in the ordinary, common sense are not!

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