Council tax property exemption application - repossessed dwelling

In terms of schedule 11 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, and the Council Tax (Exempt Dwellings) Scotland Order 1997 (as amended), a dwelling may be exempt from Council Tax if it falls within the category shown below. Exemption may be granted for an unlimited period.

Unoccupied house which is subject to repossession by a Heritable Creditor

I consider exemption should apply

and I attach in support of this application, documentary evidence as to the status of the property, e.g. A letter from the Heritable Creditor to confirm the date of repossession.

PLEASE NOTE: PROPERTY EXEMPTION WILL NOT BE GRANTED UNLESS SUPPORTED BY DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE

I hereby certify that the information on this form is true and complete. I authorise Argyll & Bute Council to verify the details. If Exempt status no longer applies I undertake to notify Argyll & Bute Council within 21 days of this occurring and understand failure to do so may result in a fine of £50 and £200 on repeated failure to do so.

(Please note any incomplete forms will result in the exemption not being granted)

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