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In most cases, you can't choose to pass your tenancy to someone else. There are a few exceptions though. Please select what type of tenant your are.

If you're a shared owner, you have a lease rather than a tenancy agreement. You can transfer your lease to someone else.

No, you can't pass your tenancy to someone else.

If you die, your spouse or partner could sign a new tenancy agreement for your home. Talk to us about this if you want to know what their options would be.

No, you can't pass your tenancy to someone else.

If you arrange a home exchange, then your tenancy can be assigned to the person you are exchanging with.

If you die, it may be possible for your tenancy to be passed to your spouse, partner or child if they've been living with you for at least 12 months and if your tenancy agreement allows this.

They will have to contact us to discuss it after your death. It will depend on your tenancy agreement, and the final decision isn't always up to us.

If you arrange a home exchange, then your tenancy can be assigned to the person you are exchanging with.

If you die, it may be possible for your tenancy to be passed to your spouse, partner or child if they've been living with you for at least 12 months and if your tenancy agreement allows this.

They will have to contact us to discuss it after your death. It will depend on your tenancy agreement, and the final decision isn't always up to us.

No, you can't pass your tenancy to someone else.

No, you can't pass your tenancy to someone else.

No, you can't pass your tenancy to someone else.