Receipt of a Council Tax summons can be a difficult time for some. Whether you’re an owner-occupier, renter or a landlord there comes a point when a person needs additional help or assistance that is independent of that given by their Local Authority.
What can we do ?
LGFA92 provide additional help or assistance that is completely independent of the Local Authority. We recognise that each situation is different and therefore we are able to provide help and assistance on all aspects of Council Tax legislation in respect of your particular, individual, situation. Just because you’ve received a Council Tax Summons doesn’t mean that we can’t help you but remember that defences against the Liability Order can be very limited.
We recognise that there is an urgency to your query therefore we can usually respond with 48 hours as we’re available 7 days per week.
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This article is solely the view of LGFA92, the Council Tax experts, based on our interpretation of legislation. Your local authority is free to dispute this view. A binding decision may require the intervention of a valuation tribunal.
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This article is solely the view of LGFA92, the Council Tax agents and experts, based on our interpretation of legislation. Your local authority is free to dispute this view. A binding decision may require the intervention of a valuation tribunal.