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    (Original post by Frodofrog)
    Hi

    I’m in a position where I may have to take a leave of absence on serious medical grounds. Currently staying with Unite. I’ve paid my rent in advance, so I’m all upto date.

    Where do I stand?

    As I have already paid my rent in advance, then can I stay? I only ask because the doctors and hospitals that I’ve got used to and trust are local here and I would prefer it if they will be the ones treating me until I recover.

    If it means that I have to pay the council tax, because I technically won’t be a student, then I’ll be happy to do that.

    It’s just that moving in the middle of treatment would add to stress and cause disruption to treatment.

    Anyone else had a similar experience or can offer any advice?
    You would need to read your contract, but most likely you can't stay as you won't be a student.
 
 
 

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