Covid-19
COVID-19 Guidance

Can I Move In and Move Out as usual?

a. Moving home is still allowed by law “where reasonably necessary”, i.e. to fulfil a contractual obligation, to move closer to work if someone’s job requires them to be in a certain location, and so forth.

b. Difficulties could result if a Move In cannot be completed due to self-isolation of current Guests who are unable to Move Out.

c. Similarly, Move Outs could be delayed if the next Property a Guest is waiting to move into is not available due to COVID-19 quarantine.

d. Please be assured that we are liaising with inspection clerks, concierges, and other Guests to avoid disruption to normal Move In and Move Out processes, if there are delays we will inform all parties in good time.

e. If you have given notice to leave already, COVID-19 does not change the fact that it cannot contractually be retracted, unless a mutual agreement is arrived at with the Owner to allow the Tenancy to continue, or to create a new Tenancy.

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