Rent-a-Room Qualifying rule
So, does it cover the case of a tenant or holiday-let who is not sharing any rooms with the resident landlord? I interpret the reference to a lodger as an example, not a requirement.
I query this because the wording in the direct.gov.uk Rent-a-Room scheme page is: "You can choose to take advantage of the scheme if you let furnished accommodation in your only or family home to a lodger."
I suspect the latter is only considering the lodger case, and does not rule out the non-lodger.
So is "lodger" a requirement or not?
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