Continuous Cruiser

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  • #39548
    darren_w
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    We have a claim from a customer who lives on a narrowboat as a continuous cruiser, the claim is in respect of his Craft Licence fee only and we are happy that we are able to award HB in respect of this.

    Have any other northgate users set up continuous cruisers as a property? How did you deal with the full address details, e.g. did you have to include a postcode? How did you deal with getting notification letters to the customer? Were there any other problems?

    #112507
    Anonymous
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    You just have to get your Revenues section to set up the “property” on the C/Tax database (we call them H/B Name of Boat). They may become liable for council tax, which is a bit of a shock. Presumably he’s put a c/o address on his application form. The issue for me is, how do you know when he’s cruised out of your area?

    #112867
    chrisb
    Participant

    We’ve also set up the Grand Union Canal as a ‘street’, in order to create the various boats as properties on it. And we just hope that if the cruiser leaves the area, he remembers to tell us (or it comes up as an HBMS match if he claims elsewhere as well)

    #112932
    darren_w
    Participant

    Thanks for responses guys

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