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Roatty
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What is a licence to occupy agreement and when is it used? I am purchasing a house which will be an HMO for four people, one bedroom each, with shared kitchen and bathroom, but two will have en suite bathrooms in addition. I have been told I must use a licence to occupy as an AST will only do if all the occupants are on the same agreement ie one AST, one property.Your site seems to be saying otherwise.
03/05/2013 13:26

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