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What would you like to know about this please?
Was he living at the address at the relevant time?
Ok. Was the liability order made against him as well?
The difficulty you have with this is that liability orders are jointly and separate liability. Therefore they have a claim for the full amount against you and you are the person pursued. There is no way around that.
The order was jointly made against him but probably they have chosen to pursue you because they can find you rather than him.
They don't have to behave fairly. They just have to be within the law.
In principle you could sue him for his share of the council tax but only if you have to pay out upon the order.
That doesn't give you a defence to the matter tomorrow though.
It does give you mitigation.
All they will do is set down a new repayment schedule unless you refuse to pay point blank.
Ok. Good luck.
You can go to prison. This is non payment of council tax. I'm happy to continue with this but please rate my answer.
Costs I would imagine. Has it reached bailiffs?