A reasonable landlord could discuss with the remaining tenant the difficulties they are facing, and then re-lease on their own behalf, but not all landlords will. Ultimately, it`s up to the owner to decide if they`re ready. If you decide to end your tenancy or withdraw from your home, your city council might think it`s your fault if you can`t live anywhere. This is called voluntary homelessness. If your city council thinks you`re voluntarily homeless, they may not be able to find you a home in the long run. If you have a joint tenancy agreement with more than 4 designated tenants, your notification rights may differ. Get help from a Shelter advisor if you find yourself in this situation. If you and your roommates are tenants and have a Scottish Safe Lease (SST) or a Scottish Short Safe Lease (SSST), your landlord can distribute one of you (e.g.B. for antisocial behaviour or rent arrears) without dislodging you all. The eviction of a tenant has no influence on the rentals of the remaining common tenants. As joint tenants are under agreement, they all share the same responsibilities and have the same consequences as if they were tenants. If you need to leave a joint lease, be sure to discuss the situation with the other tenants. Their actions have a direct impact on her.
If you live in the property and your ex is gone, he can end the entire lease – including your right to stay there – with a one-month delay without notifying you. Steps can be taken in this regard (see below). But it only takes one common tenant to end the tenancy – the whole lease for everyone – at least if the fixed term of a lease is over and/or if the lease is periodic or if an interruption clause allows for early termination by a common tenant. If a housing company or the Housing Executive assigns you a home, you will be asked to sign a lease before you move in. The agreement explains what the landlords and tenants agree to while the lease exists. A temporary lease is valid for a fixed period, such as six months or one year. A periodic rental agreement applies if you are not currently on a fixed-term contract and refers to the frequency of your rents. For example, if you pay your rent once a month, you have a monthly periodic lease. If you did not agree on a fixed term when you moved into the property and your rental agreement started after 1 April 2007, you are legally entitled to a minimum duration of 6 months. Then you will be a tenant regularly, unless you sign a new lease. Exclusion of an author In case of joint lease and domestic abuse, it is possible to obtain a court order that bans the offender from the property. This ideally requires legal advice and support, as it is a serious step.
This is not a permanent solution and must also have an injunction to prevent them from termasing a joint lease. The lease continues if only one tenant withdraws without having the right to do so. You only have the right to leave a joint tenancy agreement prematurely if your landlord accepts this agreement or if your rental agreement allows it.