Local Property Tax apportionment

Kalada

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Hi,

How do you calculate the LPT apportionment? I mean what it's based?

THanks
 

RedOnion

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Hi,
Your solicitor can answer this, and all the questions you've asked today. You're paying them a fee.

Apportionment is simply a way to split annual charges fairly between seller & buyer. If the seller has paid LPT for the year, and you get the property at end of March, you refund the seller 9/12 if the annual charge.
 

Kalada

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Hi,
Your solicitor can answer this, and all the questions you've asked today. You're paying them a fee.

Apportionment is simply a way to split annual charges fairly between seller & buyer. If the seller has paid LPT for the year, and you get the property at end of March, you refund the seller 9/12 if the annual charge.
Why do I need to refund to the Seller any percentage of annual charge if I'm moving at the end of March, or May?
 

RedOnion

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Because they've paid the charge for the full year.
You're moving in during the year, so part of the charge relates to a period when you own the property.
Apportionment is part of a standard law society sale agreement
 

Kalada

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Because they've paid the charge for the full year.
You're moving in during the year, so part of the charge relates to a period when you own the property.
Apportionment is part of a standard law society sale agreement
Thanks. I believe that the local property tax was already included in the Annual Management fee you're paying in case of living in an apartment?
 
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