The Places of Worship Registration Act 1855 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which governs the registration and legal recognition of places of worship.It applies only in England and Wales, and does not cover the Church of England (that country's Established Church): it is exempt from the Act's requirements.

I no longer work in Council Tax Recovery but instead work as a specialist Council Tax paralegal assisting landlords and Council Tax payers with council tax disputes and valuation tribunals. My views are my own reading of the law and you should always check with the local authority in question. regulations 32 and 38 to 42 of, and schedule 4 to, the council tax (administration and enforcement) regulations 1992 32. Interpretation and application of Part VI Your Council Tax bill - how to work it out, who has to pay, discounts and exemptions for students and disabled people, second homes, empty properties, paying the bill