The regulations pertaining to students and council tax stipulate....."A
student is deemed to be full-time until they complete, abandon or
withdraw from their course".
Within this regulation, we have found that our local council and
various others accept extended course start and end dates.
Susan M. Webster
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University of Central Lancashire
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Our City Council in Canterbury take the view that postgraduates who
writing up their thesis are no longer eligible for council tax
they are not fully registered students of a University. Has anybody
experience of a variance in this practice? If so I would be very
if you could let me know.
FN:Susan Mary Webster
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