The following factors may be relevant in working out whether a dwelling is your main residence.
1. The length of time you lived there (there is no minimum amount of time a person has to live in a home before it is considered to be their main residence)
2. Whether your family lives there
3. Whether you have moved your personal belongings into the home
4. The address to which your mail is delivered
5. Your address on the electoral role
6. The connection of services (phone, gas or electricity)
7. Your intention in occupying the dwelling.
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