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Is it required to pay rent to be considered a Lodger in the UK? For example, can I get a lodger agreement without any rent, or something like £1?

This section at citizensadvice.org.uk suggest that rent is optional, but it's not entirely clear:

Lodgers generally pay a charge that covers rent and bills and in some cases other services, such as cleaning, may be provided too.

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