Thank you. He canonly start to charge VAT from the start of any new term which means that he hasto wait until next May and you have the option of a catering, subject to givinghim the correct notice..
He cannot startcharging partway through the term because you have an agreement on which therewas either no VAT or the landlord was not registered for VAT and therefore itwas not payable. Make sure that you continue to pay the rent without that whilehe disputes this
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