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    Hi all - I bought a property and rented it as an HMO ( C4) 18 months prior to article 4 coming into force in my borough so I do not require planning permission as I believe Article 4 is not retrospective. I have read that its a good idea to obtain a 'Certificate of Lawfulness'. However, I would need to supply 10 years of evidence which I cant obviously provide. I am presuming that means I cant apply for this certificate? I don't really want to contact the Council as I am sure it will open a can of worms. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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    As long as you have the signed tenancy agreements showing continuous use as an HMO since before the introduction of the A4 directive you should be fine if the planning office ever ask. The certificate is not really required.

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