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TAD Member

7 months ago

From the information you have provided it is not clear who you are referring to; either as the person who does not live with you or who you are trying to prove this to. However very often the method is to prove who does live in the property, therefore showing that the other person does not live in the property. You could contact them and ask what they will accept as proof of the people who live in the property; perhaps council tax bill, tenancy agreement or a letter prepared by a solicitor. If you have already notified them that the person does not live at your address and they continue to call then you could raise a complaint.

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