Is my property an HMO?

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    Is my property an HMO?

    I have a two storey house that was two cottages initially and is still this essentially. Both cottages are rented out to two families (one family in each). They both have their own front and back doors, gardens, rubbish, council tax etc and are self contained. The only thing they share is the mains electricity (although there is a separate meter for one) and the water mains. These services are located in a lobby about 5ft long which has a locked door on each end and connects the two cottages. This system means that both households can reach the water mains tap and electricity meters and fuse boxes but can't access any more of each others houses. One cottage has a bedroom that is over the kitchen of the other but there is no access to it from the other cottage. Upstairs the two cottages are completely divided with a wall.

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    When was the conversion carried out, and did it comply with the building regulations that applied at the time?

    Does the land registry regard the property as one or two properties?

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