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Bailiff at the door – What should I do?

Alan Murdie, LL.B, offers us his expert advice about council tax debt and what you should do it bailiffs or enforcement officer are at the door

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Who should pay council tax – landlord or tenant?

Alan Murdie, offers expert advice about the circumstances where a landlord or a tenant should be paying council tax on a property

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What should I do if I receive a court summons?

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers expert advice about council tax and what to do if you receive a summons

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What should I do about a liability order?

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers expert advice about what to do if you find out your council holds a liability order against you.

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Been hit with empty property premium – What should I do?

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers expert advice about council tax debt and what to do if you have been charged an empty property premium

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Following a death, can I claim exemption on council tax?

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers expert advice about how to claim exemption on council tax following a death

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Council tax exemptions on armed forces property & granny flats

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers expert advice about how you can claim council tax exemption on armed forces property or granny flats

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As a student, can I claim exemption on council tax?

Alan Murdie, LL.B, offers expert advice to students and the circumstances where it is possible to claim council tax exemptions

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Claiming council tax exemption due to poor health or being in care

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers expert advice about where you may be able to claim an exemption on council tax because you are receiving care in a hospital or a…

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Council tax exemptions while in custody or prison

Alan Murdie, LL.B, Barrister, offers his expert advice about whether you can claim a council tax exemption if you are held in custody or in prison

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