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We are managing and subletting a property to sharers.
Consider that – All tenants are people who are claiming housing benefit. Us – the agent is paying an agreed monthly rent to the homeowner regardless the property is occupied or not.
Q.no.1: In this case who needs to apply for HMO licence, the agent or the homeowner?
Q. no.2: What is the correct contract we should use between the homeowner and the agent? ‘Rent to Rent’ or ‘HMO management contract’ or any other?
Many thanks for any advice on our situation.
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