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Son wants to stay a few nights a week is this allowed

dynasty30
dynasty30 Member Posts: 77 Courageous
Hi my son (age 22) has voiced he wants to stay over at mine three nights a week,I don’t claim housing benefits as I’m a home owner,however I do get council tax reduction and pip along with esa SDP.
he won’t be a paying lodger and will not eat here either. it’s just my house is handy for catching the bus as father lives out in the country.
I haven’t agreed as yet as wanted to try and get some clarification from anyone that could help me many thanks 

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