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Found a nice property that is on for rent but unsure what rights I have due to its odd situation. The property is a separate building at the back of the landlord's property and does not have a separate registered address. Does this mean I would a lodger despite not being in the same building? If so, what rights do I gain/lose over a standard rental agreement? And is there anything I should make sure of/ask about first?

Cheers in advance.

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Found a nice property that is on for rent but unsure what rights I have due to its odd situation. The property is a separate building at the back of the landlord's property and does not have a separate registered address. Does this mean I would a lodger despite not being in the same building? If so, what rights do I gain/lose over a standard rental agreement? And is there anything I should make sure of/ask about first?

Cheers in advance.

I'm no expert in property law but I would steer clear of a property situated so close to the landlord.

In my experience it's not pleasant to have the landlord so close.

If you have the same address as the landlord then there may well be issues with utility bills, credit ratings etc.

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Found a nice property that is on for rent but unsure what rights I have due to its odd situation. The property is a separate building at the back of the landlord's property and does not have a separate registered address. Does this mean I would a lodger despite not being in the same building? If so, what rights do I gain/lose over a standard rental agreement? And is there anything I should make sure of/ask about first?

Cheers in advance.

No, this wont make you a lodger.

tim

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