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    I have a 3 bed, No HMO license.
    Can 2 couples let the property?
    How many occupants can i have?

  • #2
    What's wrong with the thread you started on 7 March on the same subject?

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    • #3
      Think it is a different house?

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      • #4
        same question, sorry folks

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        • #5
          actually, no its a different property.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jenw View Post
            I have a 3 bed, No HMO license.
            Can 2 couples let the property?
            How many occupants can i have?
            I have just today received an exemption letter from my council. I telephoned them two days ago and spoke to the senior project head, he explained to me that two couples in a two bed flat were exempt but three unrelated people in the same flat were not exempt.
            ASSUME NOTHING - QUESTION EVERYTHING!

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            • #7
              Exempt from what Paragon, licensing or being a HMO?

              If you say a HMO, can you pm me which the local authority that told you this please.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by red40 View Post
                Exempt from what Paragon, licensing or being a HMO?

                If you say a HMO, can you pm me which the local authority that told you this please.
                Sorry for the confusion. It didn't say that the properties were not an HMO. It said that I don't have to license the self-contained flats and that I don't have to apply for registration of the whole property as long as no more than two-thirds of the property is rented out.
                ASSUME NOTHING - QUESTION EVERYTHING!

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