Multiple occupancy / joint tenancy
Tenancy Types and Management

NRLA Landlord Support
NRLA Landlord Support
11 years ago
You are advised to have them all on one agreement otherwise you get billed for council tax.
This is not a licensable MANDATORY hmo but check with the council if they have ADDITIONAL HMO schemes and if this would be caught.
If they fall out they are bound by the agreement for the fixed term. After that anyone who stays after the others have legally left have to pay the full rent under the tenancy
Dave A

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