LHA single room rate payable to LL?

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    LHA single room rate payable to LL?

    Hi

    If LL applies to receive LHA direct as T is more than 8 weeks in arrears, will LL recieve the fixed single room rate or the actual rent, which is cheaper than the room rate?

    Thanks
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    What does the tenant receive? Is part of the money she receives the £15 excess?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Emma1973 View Post
      What does the tenant receive? Is part of the money she receives the £15 excess?
      I assume they get the single room rate which is slightly less than £15 more than the rent
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        #4
        If arrears exist, the landlord will receive the whole of the tenant's Housing Benefit entitlement (including any top-up).

        If there are no arrears (or arrears are cleared) the landlord will only receive the actual rent. Any top-up will be awarded to the tenant.
        Michael Clayton

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          I am now getting the full single room allowance as you said
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