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04-04-2020, 01:03   #46
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yes. go on.............

Eh?
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04-04-2020, 01:18   #47
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So what happens when the new person moves in? House isolation for both for two weeks or will each assume the other doesn't have it
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So what happens when the new person moves in? House isolation for both for two weeks or will each assume the other doesn't have it
Same situation as sharing with anyone at the moment. Just because no-one in my house has shown symptoms yet, doesn't mean one of us can't pick it up after being to the supermarket or whatever.
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This situation depends whether the housemate is a licensee (ie: your sister holds the lease and sublets a room to the housemate) or co-signatory on the lease.

If she's co-signatory on the lease, then she has obligations to continue paying the rent until the lease is finished.

If she's a licensee, then she has no obligations (just as she would have to rights if the sister wanted to kick her out) and is free to leave whenever she wants and it's the sister's responsibility to find another person to sublet to.
Currently in this situation myself as co-signatory. House mate wants to move at the end of the month so currently looking to fill the room. Extra stress in an already stressful time. I'm worried we won't fill it. I could use some advice.

Our yearly lease actually ends at the end of April. Exactly when the housemate wants to move. Does that make a difference? It's a rolling lease. We have no clause in our lease about amount of time given to fill rooms. In the past, people have given lots of notice (sometimes up to 6 months) so we could find the right person so we've never had any hassle. What happens if we don't fill the room? Exiting housemate will not sign the new lease. Are they obliged to keep paying regardless?
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So luckily enough the LL has decided he will take the hit on the rent.
Decent person tbh.
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Decent person tbh.
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