Council Tax - Change of Circumstances
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Please complete the following form with details of any change of circumstances, with regards to Council Tax. You may be asked to provide proof of your change in circumstances.
We must protect the public funds we handle. We may use the information you have provided on this form to prevent and detect fraud. We may also share this information, for the same purposes, with other organisations which handle public funds.
By submitting this form, you are consenting to the Local Authority making any enquiries it considers necessary. If your details change and you are awarded too much benefit, you will have to pay it back.
Warning: Anyone who dishonestly obtains Housing and Council Tax Benefit could be prosecuted.
Any changes in circumstances must be reported immediately to Kettering Borough Council.
Class B: Empty Dwellings Owned by Charities - If unoccupied for a period of less than six months since the last occupation day.
Class D: Dwellings left empty by persons in detention - Who used to occupy the property as their sole and main residence.
Class E: Dwellings left empty by Patients in Hospital and Care Homes - Previously the sole or main residence of a person who now has their sole or main residence in a hospital or care home.
Class F: Dwellings left empty following the death of the resident - Where grant of probate or letters of administration have not been made, or less than six months have elapsed since the grant. May not apply where a personal representative is jointly liable.
Class G: Dwellings where occupation is prohibited by law or an Act of Parliament .
Class H: Empty dwellings held for the occupation by a Minister of Religion from which to perform his duties
Class I: Dwellings left empty by people receiving care - Which was previously the sole or main residence of a person who is now in another place other than a hospital or care home for the purpose of receiving personal care.
Class J: Dwelling left empty by people providing care - Which were previously the sole or main residence of the person who is now providing personal care for a person who requires such care.
Class K: Dwellings left empty by students Which were last occupied by one or more persons who now qualify as a student.
Class L: Dwellings which are unoccupied and in possession of the mortgage
Class M: A Hall of Residence provided predominantly for the accommodation of students
Class N: Property which is either occupied entirely by students or occupied by students as term-time accommodation. This includes a student's spouse or dependent who is not a British citizen and who is prevented from taking paid employment or from claiming benefits.
Class O: Dwellings owned by the Ministry of Defence for armed forces accommodation
Class P: Dwellings occupied by Members of Visiting Forces
Class Q: Dwellings left empty by a Bankrupt
Class R: Empty Caravan Pitch or Boat Mooring
Class S: Dwellings occupied only by under 18's
Class T: Unoccupied annexes unable to be let separately Class M:Halls of Residence?
Class U: Dwellings occupied only by Severely Mentally Impaired
Class W: Annexe or a similar contained property occupied by a dependent relative of the resident(s) living in the main dwelling
The above descriptions are not legal definitions. Full definitions can be found in the Council Tax (Exempt Dwellings) Order 1992, as amended.