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Good morning. If you are not one joint tenancy agreement and you each have your own AST or licence agreement then you are not one household, each would have their own household in that shared house. However if you are on a joint tenancy and therefore one household you can only complete the form to the best of your ability and the information you do not know you leave out. The best person to complete that form would be the landlord because they already have everybody’s details and as for guests you will just have to not declare because you wouldn’t know who visited. Any clarification please do not hesitate to send your follow up question. I am glad to assist further.. all the best,
Hi if they have already done their forms elsewhere or as individual then that’s fine. You are your own household though if you have your own AST. You are overthinking it, you are not committing any criminal offence,
Good afternoon. I totally appreciate that but you have no legal Basis to force anybody to give their details. You give what you have to the best of your ability.
You should send it as you have filled it in to the best of your ability. What would you do if they were stuck outside the country due to lockdown and the deadline for submission arrives? You can’t do the impossible and the government does not expect you to.
Well, I am not sure why you are taking it on because I doubt the letter would have been addressed personally to you, it would have been addressed to the household and you have opted to take on the headache. You must send it to the landlord who knows all the tenants and is best placed to complete it, just make sure you have done your individual form.
So just leave it, you should not take on a responsibility that is your landlord's. You have done your part, if you choose to still do it then complete only what you know but I do not know why you are wanting to do it if you are not the householder.
Hi, let the landlord complete the form, you are really taking on something that is not your responsibility and you will not be arrested for having let the owner of the house do the work, it is his problem if he neglect doing it.
Hi, thank you for your messages but I am not quite sure what else to say to you. You are not the householder, it is not a criminal offence that a letter was dropped at your home where you happen to have a room and you have notified the home owner of the letter and that he will have to complete the relevant form, he does not even need the physical form the code that you gave to the agency is all they need and they can do the rest online. They will be happy for you to do and they will not stop you because that saves them the headache of having to do it. But why you are doing it and you are not paid for it I do not know why and I do not think I can really add anything of legal significance apart from just reassuring over and over that you have not committed a criminal offence.
You are welcome.
That does not matter. Tty not to overthink this. The landlord will answer to the officials if he does not do his part.
Hi, I understand. You have not done anything illegal so please do not worry about it
Hi, thank you for your messages. Regrettably there is really nothing different I can add. You could log a separate thread and ask for a second opinion. I feel I have explained as much as possible and within my knowledge that it is not your responsibility but clearly the answer you want is that you are the householder that unless you complete everybody's names you have committed a criminal offence, but unfortunately I have no reason to say that. All the best.
You live in an HMO from my understanding and your each have your own ASTs, you are your own household and if you consider how HMOs are assessed for pursposes of deciding whether to be licensed the landlord has to show how many households are in the property and how many individuals are in the property. Your household is whoever is on your AST and you should not be taking on the duty of completing a form that is asking you for more than just your household, However intepretation will always have the potential of disagreement of views and that is why I have said you must get a second opinion. I am not able to change my view because this is work I deal with on a daily basis and where landlords have not given separate ASTs and have a joint tenancy they have had the duty to complete the household form and not a tenant.
You DO NOt have to do it, the government already knows about your existence from your individual form and you count as one. Please kindly ask for a second opinion, I cannot say more unfortunately. I have tried to help as much as possible.