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  • Lawcruncher
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    Originally posted by Snorkerz View Post
    Might also affect the council tax.
    Merely having the property as a registered office should not do that. It does not signify that the property is being used for business purposes.

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  • sq1
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    Thanks All

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  • Snorkerz
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    Originally posted by LesleyAnne View Post
    Might upset the neighbours!
    Might also affect the council tax.

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  • LesleyAnne
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    If its leasehold - check your head lease just incase there is a clause preventing it.

    Is business likely to encourage frequent callers/deliveries to the property? Might upset the neighbours!

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  • Lawcruncher
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    If you mean can you incur any liabilities, then no. The worst that can happen is that correspondence keeps arriving after the tenancy ends.

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  • sq1
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    Company Registration

    Hi All

    Please can you advise whether there are any implications to my tennant registering his limited company to the flat that he is renting from me.

    Thanks

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