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  • The student is disregarded for council tax purposes, not exempt. A full time student being resident in the property will not increase the council tax charge as long as they remain to be disregarded.

    In any case then, providing there are already at least 2 resident adults who are not disregarded...
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    replied to Council Tax on vacant property
    There may be a contractual agreement to pay the landlord for any council tax due but that doesn't affect the council's decision. As far as the council are concerned for council tax purposes it depends on the actual type of tenancy as to whether or not they remain liable after the point of vacation (if...
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    replied to Council Tax on vacant property
    3 months is quite generous these days.

    A property, for the point of a discount where the criteria involves it being unoccupied, requires that the property be one in which 'no-one lives'. The difference between 'lives' and 'resident' often causes confusion as they are not one and the same...
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