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My mother and I live with a family friend, who contributes towards half the household bills. He has his own room but does not pay rent. He also owns his own house. Should he be declared on the household income part of the maintenance grant application, even though he is not my mother's partner ?
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My mother and I live with a family friend, who contributes towards half the household bills. He has his own room but does not pay rent. He also owns his own house. Should he be declared on the household income part of the maintenance grant application, even though he is not my mother's partner ?
Hi Bopeep900,

When assessing the household income, we only require the income of your parents or parent and partner. If you're mother and family friend are not partners and just living in the same household, we'd only require your mothers financial details.

I hope this information helps.

Kind regards,

John.
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