Refusal to buy in

We are four GP partners. Three of us own the surgery, but the fourth will not buy a premises share. We intend to charge this partner a rent for using the premises. We receive a notional rent payment of £3,800 per month from the PCT, and we feel that 25 per cent of this is a reasonable rent. Are we entitled to do this? Would we have to inform the PCT and would we be liable to having this private rental deducted from our notional rent?

by John Hearle

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