I think problem solved if you utilise that solution. How many times you visit your MIL is up to you, I would say that you are a very caring and attentive individual in providing care and supervision for your ageing family member wouldn't you agreeThe bit about the electoral roll is something we had not considered so will proberly have the SIL as our contact address:cautious:
I quote the former chief economist at consultancy McKinsey (have you heard of 'em?) and the ONS (heard of them either?); not just opinion then...87% of statistics are inaccurate of the remaining 13%, 11% are invented to add gravitas to an opinion so why base a point upon them.
The thing is, a MH is not a home:Guy's I have NO intention of avoiding any tax I only ask because I will be living in the MH when not at work. I will be paying NI etc, so just making sure I have the facts.
I do believe that if you stay in one place for more than 28 days ?? you are liable for council tax------Scotjimland could tell you more than me---he has first hand experience of it I
I recall that too. I have asked at different sites about maximum length of stay and it varies by location and by 'reason'. I believe (but have never been given a credible story when I asked people on site) that you can fall into being "residential", and thus liable for tax, but I also was told at one site that the management just claim 28 days to be a bye-law, so they can turf off people who they don't like without having a confrontation.
I guess that anyone who owns a site will know what the position is with bye-laws, council tax etc., at least for their own locality.
We should be moving ( going to the odd rally and show ) each month so I would guess 25 days max, but by the looks of it to the same place ( I have found 2 nice sites in North Walsham ).no, if on longer than 28days campsite owner should tell the council then you get charged .
mind if you do have a property and fold up remove some furniture you can get 6 months grace on council tax .