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Posted in: From mother to daughter - possible?
You need to check the tenancy agreement or ask for one from you landlord. It will either be a secure tenancy ie from council usually or housing association in which case it is likely to be an assured tenancy.
Either way it is possible to assign the property providing you fulfil the terms of the agreement- usually landlord's cannot refuse and have to provide a good reason for denial.
Posted in: Query re RTB and affordable rent
First of all we need to kwon your status with your present landlord ie is it the council or houisng association.
Second, if your tenancy is secure, why are you moving and what is the reasoning or purpose of the impending move?
Third, if you plan to move you need to identify if the new property is going to be offered on same term ie secure or assured tenancy. Secure tenancy have more rights eg low rent than assured tenancies with housing associations
Fourth, RTB scheme counts for both types of above tenancies any length of tenancy counts as one period. But bear in mind under new laws you have to have five years of tenancy as opposed to two under previous law whihc you would forfeit if you move.