Under occupation

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  • #44050
    rds01
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    Where w ehave a property which has 3 rooms which each of the tenants rent, do we treat this as a 3 bedroom proeprty or is it a one bedroom property as their tenancy is for one bedroom?  Thanks

    #125162
    andyrichards
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    Are they joint tenants then. Sorry, I’m struggling to spot the “underoccupation” here. I must be missing something?

    #125163
    rds01
    Participant

    They are not joint tenants, we have a property and the claims are set up as Room 1, Room 2 and Room 3 of 10 HBINFO Close (for example). We have one property reference so all the “rooms” have this same reference. Thanks

    #125164
    Anonymous
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    Sorry Ryan but I can’t see why there would be a problem here. Who’s under-occupying?

    #125166
    rds01
    Participant

    They are not under occupying, its whether we treat the property as a 3 bedroom property (with 3 occupants) or each room seperately as a 1 bedroom property. Should one of the other claimants vacate and the room is not occupied, are the existing claims affected? Sorry – not making myself very clear!

    #125167
    Anonymous
    Guest

    If they’re not joint tenants then if 1 moves there is out no change to the others

    #125170
    rds01
    Participant

    OK, thanks

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