A letter for making a final offer of social housing to a homeless applicant to end the s.193C(4) accommodation duty.
When is the s.193C duty owed?
The s.193C(4) duty to secure accommodation is owed where a 'main duty-type' case failed to cooperate with the council.
The s.193C(4) duty is owed instead of the main housing duty.
Specifically, the duty is owed where:
Final Part 6 offer
A 'final Part 6 offer' is an offer of accommodation under Part 6 of the Housing Act 1996, i.e. results from an allocation of housing from the council's housing register.
The letter includes the information that must be provided before the offer is refused, should you wish subsequently to end the s.193C(4) duty.
The applicant must, before he or she refuses the offer, be notified:
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