There are limits to what you can do with an introductory lease, for example, you can`t: so that we can check if you are able to successfully close the lease, you need to do some paperwork with us. Please contact your accommodation agent who will meet you to guide you through. If you are not a tenant or the deceased tenant`s husband, wife or partner and the house is too large for your needs, you must move to a smaller property. If you are a tenant of East Lothian Council and you wish to be accommodated by another tenant of the East Lothian Council or the East Lothian Housing Association, you can get additional points if you abandon the two leases in order to move together into a new common rent. An application should be made. Secure leases granted before April 1, 2012 can only be transferred or passed on once. For example, if you take out a lease, if someone dies, you cannot pass the lease on to someone else if you die. She and the other co-tenants are also responsible for complying with all the terms of the tenancy agreement – which is declared jointly liable. For example, your rental agreement is a legal document and informs you of all the rules of life in your property. There is no limit to the number of people who can be common tenants of a property. The co-tenants are all equally responsible for paying rent on a property and complying with the terms of the tenancy agreement. Once your lease becomes safe or flexible, you can add your partner to the lease to become a common lease.
This is an important decision and we advise you to advise you when reviewing independent legal advice. To be admitted to a common rental agreement, your partner cannot yet own real estate. If a tenant dies, the lease continues for the surviving tenant. HomeHousingCouncil Tenants Making Changes to a Lease I Have A Question? I have a tenant right now. Her lease is now month by month and she wants her male friend (her father of daughters) to move in with her. I would just like to know if I started a new lease with her and him who signed it together (assuming her screen goes by) and can I increase the current rent she pays herself, because someone else with her rents? Does he have to pay a bond separate from her because she still lives there and he will be a new tenant for me? and if he has to pay a deposit, how much do I have to charge him?and how much should I ask for rent now that they are there together. When a council tenant dies, a tenant, husband, wife or life partner generally has the right to take over the lease.