Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
About A week ago 40
Both my husband and I have a residential mortgage and two buy to lets. The sale on the second buy to let went through only two months ago and in the lead up to this time it was clear to my husband and I that our marriage was not working. He has moved temporarily into the buy to let whilst trying to find a suitable property to rent near the children and myself. We envisage this is a very temporary thing and that it we are in breach of our mortgage conditions.
I have submitted a claim for tax credits following my change of circumstances as finances are in very short supply and have received a letter from the compliance dept asking for proof of bank statements, etc. They also want to see mortgage statements. I can of course provide this and have disclosed everything financially to them but I am slightly concerned that the HMRC will notify our mortgage lender with regards to our arrangement.
What I want to know is, although my soon to be ex husband is living in the property, albeit for hopefully a very short period of time, will the HMRC notify our mortgage lender.
Thanks in advance
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