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Hi All

 

I'd appreciate any advice on this please.

 

I collected keys for rented house on 15 Nov 2019 and moved in on 18 Nov 2019. However the landlord accepted my application for rent on 8/11/19 but I had to wait for checks by tenant Data UK which was completed on 15/11/2019.

 

The problem is that the housing agent told Council I started renting house on 8th Nov 2019 and Council issued me CT bill starting from 8th Nov 2019.  I contacted Council to amend bill but they said no that if I don't pay I'll receive a summon soon.

 

I pay rent every 15th monthly.

 

Please guys is Council Tax Bill calculated from the date one moved into the property or not? Or at least from when tenant collected the keys??

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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who said you had to wait for tenant data uk?

 

dx

 


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letting agency said

 

obviously, for credit score, etc checks, right to rent check, previous proof of rent payment, etc

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whats one week got to do with CTAX calc?

 

cant be more than <£50 diff anyway?

 


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Hi

 

Irrespective when you moved in what does the date on your Tenancy Agreement State as that is what you should forward the Council a copy of.

 

i.e. if your Tenancy Agreement states you took up tenancy on 01/01/2020 and you didn't move in till say 29/01/2020 your Council Tax for the property is from your Tenancy Agreement date not the actual date you moved into the property.

 

The Council are refusing to budge due to your Landlord informing them of the date you took up tenancy.

 

What is the date difference of your Tenancy Agreement till the date you actually moved into the property?

 

 


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C tax , starts the day your tenancy agreement starts. Although if you didn’t move in for a week after that you could be really nit picky and ask for an empty property discount. A bit pointless really for the sake of a few quid.


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