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H C Andersen

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Re: Non motoring CCJ
« Reply #15 on: June 26, 2024, 09:22:34 am »
You are liable by default unless the council are notified by another party, in this case a tenant.

When that tenant then notifies the council that they are vacating the property then you automatically become liable when this takes effect. As I understand it, you do not become liable simply because the tenant defaults on payment, how CT is collected is associated with but not the same as determining who is liable in the first instance.