Eligible for Exemption or not?

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    Anonymous
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    Persons home is flooded and they have to move out as it is uninhabitable. Building works and extensive repairs being carried out. They are living with friends and relatives for 4 months then into a holiday let put up by insurance company after this. Can they claim an exemption on grounds property is uninhabitable?

    #3224
    Anonymous
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    I presume that you are talking about liability to pay CT, and if that is the case (as I can often get the wrong end of the stick 😳 ) why not exemption A
    “Vacant dwellings which require or are undergoing major repair works to make them habitable or where works of structural alteration are being carried out.”
    I would have thought that if the home has been flooded, and as a result they have to move out, these would be major repair works. I believe the exemption lasts for 6 months from when the work is completed, though I’m not a CT expert, so I would advise you to check as well. 8)

    #3225
    Anonymous
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    Thanks Jon, my revenues manager has also confirmed that. So you arent that clueless after all!!!!

    Ps – its for myself!!!!

    😥

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