Class F - People who have died

If a property is unoccupied because the council tax payer has died and it has been unoccupied since the person's death, it is exempt from council tax.

Exemption time limit

The exemption remains active until six months after the granting of probate or letters of administration.

After this date, 100% of the council tax becomes payable if the property is unoccupied.

If the property is unoccupied and unfurnished for longer than two years after the exemption period expires, 150% of the council tax will be payable.

To apply for a Class F exemption

Fill in our Council tax exemptions and enquiry form.

You need to include:

  • When the person died
  • Confirmation that the property is unoccupied
  • Contact details for the authorised representative of the person who has died
 
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Contacts

Council tax - billing and collection
localtax@rushmoor.gov.uk
Tel: 01252 398912
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