10:06 AM, 7th March 2016, About 6 years ago 7
I am receiving insurance compensation for loss of rent due to the upstairs flat that I own becoming uninhabitable. Subsequently my tenant has had to move out and building works are set to continue until the end of this year, but I am still receiving the rent as it was insured.
However I have just had a large demand for council tax. Am I liable to pay this or the freeholders as it was their fault that my tenant has had to move out or the insurance company.
Grateful for any responses and advice.
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