repairs done within a reasonable period of time. You might be able to get compensation if we do not do some repairs on time. See the repairs handbook for details. 76 You have the right to carry out certain home improvements of your own if you have our permission in writing before starting work. See the repairs handbook for more information. 77 You have the right to take in lodgers. A lodger is a person who lives with you as part of your household and shares the same facilities (see chapter 13 of this booklet for more information). 78 You have the right to sublet part (but not all) of your home if you have our permission in writing beforehand. 79 You have the right to apply to exchange with another council tenant or a tenant of certain other landlords (such as some housing associations). You need our permission in writing before you exchange. We will only allow the exchange if you meet certain conditions (see chapter 13 of this booklet for more information). 80 You have the right to use our complaints procedures or those of our agents if you have any complaint which falls under those procedures (see chapter 20 of this booklet for more information). 81 You have the right to transfer your tenancy to someone else, but only if the conditions set out in chapter 13 of this booklet apply. 82 You have the right to be consulted about any planned changes to this agreement, other than changes to rent or other charges. 83 You have the right to receive a copy of the Tenants’ Charter and repairs handbook.
Ending your tenancy 84 If you want to end your tenancy, you must give us four weeks’ notice in writing. The notice that you give must end on a Monday. 85 You must leave our fixtures and fittings in the same condition as they were in at the beginning of the tenancy, except for: a fair wear and tear; b any alterations or improvements we have made; and c any alterations or improvements you have made, if you had our permission in writing. 86 If, when you leave, the property is damaged, you have carried
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