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Have been asked to fill out a 'Tenants notice to quit' on behalf of my mother, first before any possible succession can take place.
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My mother has recently passed away and I have informed the housing association that manages where she lives (Wandsworth) that I would like them to grant my right to succeed my mothers council flat. However, they have asked me to fill out a 'Tenants notice to quit' on behalf of my mother, first before any possible succession can take place. Is it advisable to do as they ask, or ask to succeed first? Best Michael
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Has there been any previous succession?
My apologies for my delay! I had a plane to catch! No there has been no previous succession.
No but it does state that successions are possible (once) in the terms and conditions booklet!
No it doesn't. However, I have also asked for a copy of my mothers origional tenancy agreement as well as a copy of her housing association agreement so I can check all info. But the HA don't want to be forth coming and state that they are simply lost. (I have written permission to handle my mothers affairs)
in the end I simply formally wrote to them stating that my mother has passed away and sent along one of her death certificates and asked to formally evoke my right to succeed. I also again asked to see her tenancy documents too. Am now awaiting their reply! I didn't however...
Send along the 'Notice to Quit' form that they originally asked for...!
Can you share any advice about the way I am going about this? ;) M
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