Information about discounts for members of visiting forces and members of International HQs and Defence Organisations.
Members of Visiting Forces
A person is disregarded for Council Tax purposes if that person is associated, within the meaning of the Visiting Forces Act 1952, with a body, contingent or detachment of the forces of a country, to which the Act applies.
A person has a relevant association with a visiting force if he or she is:
This disregard applies where the person associated with the visiting force is not a liable person for Council Tax (for example, where a member of a visiting force is lodging in a property).
Members of International HQs and Defence Organisations
A person is disregarded for Council Tax if they are a member, or a dependant of a member, of an international headquarters or defence organisation.
The organisations concerned are those currently designated by an Order in Council under the International Headquarters and Defence Organisations Act 1964.
Please note: Failing to supply information or supplying false information could result in a penalty of £70 being applied to your account for each year of the failure to notify.
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