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UK-Expert only. My son is living in a student house in Loughborough. Initially it was to be shared with three others but one student dropped out. Consequently, one of the other students has his girlfriend there all the time (using the spare room as their overflow for clothes etc). My son is a part-time student and the two other legitimate students are full time. The girlfriend, who lives there too, pays toward utilities. However, the council tax bill has arrived and it would appear to be the sole responsibility of my son. The girlfriend of his housemate alleges that she pays council tax at her mother’s home so isn’t liable. The landlord does not know that she lives there. Advice please.
Not sure what other information you require. The issue for me is that the girlfriend of the other housemate lives in the house 24/7 but maintains she is not liable to pay a share of the council tax as she's not there officially (ie has no contract with the landlord). However she does acknowledge that, because she's there 24/7, she contributes to the other utilities. The council tax bill is substantial and I don't it feel it's fair that my son (ie me) should subsidise her.
Extremely unsatisfied with this response so please arrange a refund of my funds.
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