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Move house or business premises:‘people are likely to change address in the course of a year’
relocate, move house, move away, move out, change address, change house, leave, go away, decampView synonyms
- ‘The advice to consumers is to leave a forwarding address with the new occupants when you change address and don't pay for the Royal Mail service.’
- ‘A pilot scheme due to be launched next month will automatically inform different Government departments when people move house or change address.’
- ‘Since most young voters live in rented accommodation, they tend to change address frequently, creating difficulties in having to redirect their vote from their parental ‘home’ address.’
- ‘Sometimes a customer tells us they have changed address.’
- ‘We would like to remind customers how important it is to let us know when they change address.’
- ‘The most disadvantaged will be young people who are likely to be first time voters and regularly changing address.’
- ‘The list was generated three weeks into the quarter in order to include students who had registered late or changed address.’
- ‘Sometimes people change address or job and they don't realise that this will affect their benefit forms.’
- ‘Given the frequency with which people change address these days, an efficient redirection service could be a real money-spinner.’
- ‘Another safeguard, believed to be unique to the city, is that voters who are registered to vote by post are contacted every year by the city to see if the have changed address.’
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