10:11 AM, 6th June 2022, About 2 months ago 3
Some of my tenants have just moved and have forwarded across the Council Tax bill to confirm payments up to the end of the tenancy. However, on the paperwork, I have noticed that the Council Tax bill has been wrongly billed to band A and not band C as it should be for this property.
My question is, would the Council in question be able to claw back Council Tax from any and all of the tenants who have resided in the property over the past 6 years, assuming the banding has been incorrectly banded for multiple tenancies?
I can confirm this is Leeds City Council and I wonder if anyone has had prior experience of Council Tax being wrongly banded, ie. Lower than it should be, and the Council subsequently tried to claw back the difference from the outgoing tenants?