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Paying Business Rates

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Business Rates are a local tax that is paid by the occupiers of all non-domestic or business properties, in the same way that council tax is paid on domestic properties.

Business Rates are charged on most business properties, such as shops, offices, pubs, warehouses and factories. However, the property doesn't have to be used for a business, if it is used for purposes which are not domestic it is likely to be rateable.

If a property is occupied, the person or company occupying it is liable to pay the rates.

If the property is unoccupied or empty, the owner or the person entitled to possession, including lessees, are liable.

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