Ending your Housing Association Tenancy
All the Housing Associations in Carlisle need four weeks notice in writing from you to inform them of your intention to end your tenancy. If you do not give notice, you will be liable for the rent due for these four weeks. You should make sure that your home is left clean and tidy and that any damage caused by you is put right before you leave. If you don't do this, you may be charged by the Housing Association for the work they have to do to put right any damage you leave behind.
A Housing Association can only evict you from your home if it first obtains a possession order from the County Court. Evictions can be granted for a number of reasons, including not paying your rent, behaving in an anti-social way that annoys your neighbours (including people you invite into your home) and damaging your home.
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