The position of a property for council tax following death is often a problematic area and leads to many Council Tax disputes. For the purposes of Council Tax the issue of who should be charged can be contentious and, where there is no-one resident in the property, then the local authority will often try to […]

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Court of Appeal decision The Court of Appeal recently heard, on appeal from the Crown Court, an interesting case on the legal responsibility of a party to inform the council that they were liable for the council tax charge on a property. In this particular case it was alleged that the defendant had committed fraud […]

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Valuation Tribunal decision 1625M236154283C is a case for which LGFA92 drafted the successful statement of case for the appellant. In this particular case the appellant was made aware only in 2018 that he may have been entitled to a Severely Mentally Impaired (SMI) disregard in respect of his late wife. It was his contention that […]

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