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You need to answer these questions in your capacity as a landlord. The council is looking to establish that it is a genuine arms length tenancy agreement and not a sham e.g. you may also be living at the property as a family or your mother may have a beneficial interest in the property.
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1. No. This is not a problem;
2. Not a problem but it could mean that she is not a bona fide tenant and is getting preferential treatment, which however is not a deal breaker. It is your commercial decision at the end of the day.
3. Yes, this could be a problem as again, it could mean she is not a bona fide tenant.
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