Hap Question

By Parakeet at 20:54, Wed December 6 2017, in Renting Questions - 4 responses

There are generally no grounds to refuse HAP to existing tenant and if you do - the tenant can easily get you involved into a discrimination case.

If the tenant does not pay their share and HAP is stopped it\'s really the same case as if they did not pay their rent - you need to chase them for the full amount.


Tell them of your intention of selling at the end of the contract so they know what to expect and decide for themselves if it\'s even worth to deal with all HAP procedures for such a short period of time. Terminating the lease will require exactly the same procedure (proper notice period, signed declaration etc.), HAP or no HAP.
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