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Landlords defend plan to shift charge to tenants

Landlords may have little choice but to absorb the controversial €100 household charge themselves, despite claims last week that a number of them intended to pass it onto their tenants. Some landlo

18th December, 2011

Landlords may have little choice but to absorb the controversial €100 household charge themselves, despite claims last week that a number of them intended to pass it onto their tenants.

Some landlords said last week that they intended to pass on, not just the household charge, but also the €200 non-principal private residence charge. According to the Irish Property Owners Association (IPOA), passing on the household charge to tenants was not equivalent to a rent...

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