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Ex refusing to pay his half of new household charge

By Tom999 at 10:09, Wed January 11 2012, in Home Services Forum - 9 responses

Well then, yes, 50/50 split of the charge. Alternatively, if you are renting it out, its the tenant that should pay it as its the tenant that will get the "benefit" of this charge. Yes, I know its really only a tax and nothing will in reality come from it in the line of services from government etc, but they will never say that. Legally, tthis charge is to pay for the local services. The people living in houses and apartments get the benefit, not the landlord. So this charge should be paid by tenants and owner occupiers alike.

Or you could do nothing like MD said and let the cc take the money from both of your wages.

Good luck
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