If you plan to leave your home, you must inform us in writing four weeks in advance. If you are convicted of rent fraud, you can be incarcerated and you have to pay back all the money that is drawn from it, plus a fine. You also lose your security permanently, which means that your belongings will be recovered. You could be evicted if you inherited a rent from the council after the death of the original tenant and the house is too big for you. Anyone who signed his lease after April 1, 2012 has only the right to enter into the rental agreement of his husband/wife/partner or his life partner. The succession can only take place once. In most cases, you get a flexible lease for 5 years. In some cases, we may grant you a flexible 2-year lease. Two-year leases are used when a tenant has in the past caused serious anti-social behaviour (including criminal behaviour) or where there are other violations of rental rights. The following questions may constitute a rent break: If we find out that you have moved and have not been laid off, we will inform you of the termination of the lease. The Council may use this reason to evict you if you live in suitable accommodation and all the following rules: You should have a written rental agreement. It sets out your rights and obligations. Your lease says you must show respect to other tenants.
There are certain parts of the lease that create confusion. These are explained below. The court must issue a possession order if the Council presents a reason for deportation for you. You will receive a written notification that the Council or housing company intends to distribute to you. If you violate the terms of your lease or allow others, we can take action against you. Measures may include letters of formal notice, unacceptable driving contracts or legal actions such as an injunction or a request to decommission your lease. If the problems continue despite the Council`s efforts to resolve problems, we can apply for a court order for possession of your property. If granted, it could lead to you being evicted from your home. Evictions are always a last resort for the tenant management team. Officials give you every opportunity to look at the behaviours that led you to violate your rental conditions. However, if all other interventions do not resolve the problems, the Commission may attempt to terminate your lease. The lease [PDF, 0.3MB] that you sign before moving to a Council property is a legal contract between us and you.
It defines the rights and responsibilities of both parties. When a tenant dies, their partner or close relative can obtain the rental agreement if they have been their only home for at least 12 months. There is only one estate allowed. The Council may bring you to justice if you violate one of the terms of your lease, for example: eviction means that your landlord must terminate your lease and you must leave your property. This is a right for safe tenants to transfer their rental contract to their husband/wife/partner/partner or family member. This applies to all those who signed their lease before April 1, 2012. In the case of a family member, you must have lived with you for at least 12 months. The succession can only take place once.
The city council should not use this floor if your home has only minor adjustments such as installing a toilet on the ground floor. Non-payment of rent is the most common reason why councils use for evacuation. This is a reason for assessment. An advisor can help you negotiate with the Council and/or represent you in court. Do you have the papers you have received from the court or your counsel if you are talking to a counsellor?