Can someone take over my tenancy?
Correspondingly, can my son take over my council tenancy if I move out?
We can only consider passing your tenancy to your son/daughter in the event of your death, and only if they've been living with you for the previous 12 months. Each tenancy can only be passed on once - so if you've taken on a family member's tenancy yourself - you won't be able to pass it on again.
Likewise, how do you have someone take over your lease? Answer. Under a typical lease assignment, you transfer all of your space to someone else for the entire remaining term of the lease, and the new tenant pays rent directly to the landlord. If the new tenant fails to pay rent or damages the rental, your landlord could look to you for compensation.
Herein, can my son take over my tenancy?
Family members of an assured tenant can inherit the tenancy only if the tenancy agreement says this can happen. Many housing association assured tenancy agreements allow a relative to succeed when the tenant had no spouse, civil partner or cohabitee living with them.
What happens when you take over a lease?
A lease takeover could leave you liable to your landlord The assignment of a lease to another tenant might require the consent of your landlord. For example, if the tenant taking over your lease does not pay the rent, the owner of the property can sue you for it.